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Veterans Disability Process

Looking for Information About the Process? One of Our Claims Agents Can Help.

The Department of Veterans Affairs (formerly known as the Veterans Administration) exists to provide benefits to veterans who served their country. But let's face it; the VA is a huge government organization with limited resources. That's why having an attorney or claims agent to help you through the appeals process can make a huge difference.

There are actually many small but critical details that can make a big difference in your outcome. At The Rep For Vets®, our VA-accredited claims agents make sure that all details are handled correctly. For example, if you move and do not notify your local regional office of your new address, you will almost certainly experience a delay. Similarly, if your documentation is incomplete or is not the right kind, your application may be denied. Our claims agents handle matters like these to strengthen your case.

At The Rep For Vets®, our claims agents help veterans obtain the benefits they deserve. They advise vets about eligibility and make sure each veteran receives the maximum benefit possible. The process starts with a free initial consultation with a claims agent from The Rep For Vets®.

Learn How a Claims Agent Can Help With the Veterans Affairs Process

Our claims agents believe that disabled veterans should receive compensation for injuries and illnesses sustained in the service of the country. That's why they cut through the red tape so that vets can obtain the benefits they deserve. Call 888-573-7838 from anywhere in the United States for a free initial consultation, or simply use the online contact form. Based in Tampa, Florida, our VA-accredited claims agents serve vets throughout the United States.

The Rep for Vets is not affiliated with or funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The VA works for the government. The Rep for Vets works for you.
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