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VA Disability Compensation Advocate

Wondering if Your Veterans Benefit Will Be Enough?

Many veterans wonder whether their disability awards will be enough to make ends meet and support their families. Determining how much you can expect to receive is complicated, to say the least. The average lawyer is usually at a loss. And even the VA-accredited claims agents at The Rep For Vets® can't predict exactly what the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is going to do in every case.

The reason it is difficult to anticipate the precise amount of your award comes down to one thing: The VA disability application process is complicated. However, our claims agents know how the VA works, and they use this knowledge to guide you through the application process.

How the VA Determines the Amount of Your Benefit

The amount you can expect to receive monthly depends on many factors, such as whether the VA will connect a particular disability to military service, or whether the VA will increase the rating for an existing service-connected disability. Using these factors, the VA makes disability awards that range from several hundred to several thousand dollars. The award amounts may change, so it is important to get the latest information. One of our VA-accredited claims agents can help you estimate what you might receive. Of course, it depends on the outcome of your claim, but you can rest assured that our claims agents will not give up on you and will seek the maximum amount possible.

Get Advice About Veterans Affairs Disability Payments

A guiding principle is the belief that disabled or sick veterans should receive compensation for service-related injuries and illnesses. 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 veterans throughout the United States, from New York to California.


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