Appeals Process

VA Disability Appeals Attorney

 

Do I Need a Lawyer?

We highly recommend you hire an experienced Veterans Benefits Attorney! VA Compensation Law is complicated and most veterans don’t know how to navigate the maze of paperwork, doctors visits, and questions the VA is likely to require.  However, if you need help getting through the task of filing your claim an experienced Veterans Disability attorney at Woods and Woods may be able to help you.  For a free consultation please call us at (888) 959-9908 or fill out the Free Consultation Form on this page.  There is never a charge to find out if you have a case. The call and consultation is free. We never charge a penny until we win your case!

What If The VA Claims I Am Not Entitled to Benefits?

Anyone denied a claim should seek legal representation. Many claims for disability are denied at the Regional Office level ( RO ). You have the right to appeal a denial to the VA Board of Veterans Appeals ( BVA ) in Washington, D.C.  Getting through the task of filing an appeal can be time consuming,complicated, and daunting.  If you need help getting through the task of filing your claim, an experienced Veterans Disability attorney at Woods and Woods may be able to help you.  For a free consultation please call us at (888) 959-9908 or fill out the Free Consultation Form on this page.  There is never a charge to find out if you have a case.

I Received an Unfavorable Decision, Should I Appeal?

Yes! The Veterans Administration unjustly denies legitimate claims every day.  Contact Woods and Woods to discuss your potential appeal for free! VA Disability appeals can get complicated quickly! DIC and Widow’s Claims Appeals can be even more complicated because you must file more paperwork. The Veterans Disability Attorneys at Woods and Woods have worked with thousands of veterans and their families. Let us help you! Click here or call (888) 959-9908. Or you can read more about your appeal here.

I Want a BVA Appeal, Do I Need a Lawyer to Help Me?

We believe everyone that appeals should have their own lawyer. Remember, the government will have their lawyer! At Woods & Woods, we have worked with thousands of veterans. BVA Appeals require much more work than the initial application. Our Veterans Benefits Lawyers know the system. We have teams of lawyers, case-managers, paralegals, doctors, and psychologists to help you with your denied VA Compensation, VA Pension, and DIC claims.

Do I Need a Lawyer to Go to The U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims?

We highly recommend you hire a veterans benefits lawyer.

CAVC is a federal appellate court separate from the VA. The procedures and rules can and usually do get very complicated. Woods and Woods may be able to help you. For a free consultation please call us at (888) 959-9908 or fill out the Free Consultation Form on this page.  There is never a charge to find out if you have a case with Woods and Woods. We only charge you if we win your case! No Recovery, No Fee.

If I Lose at the CAVC, What Then?

An appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit can be taken. You and your attorney would need to discuss whether this should be done.  Please contact us if you need help.  We would love to speak with you about your situation. For a free consultation please call us at (888) 959-9908 or fill out the Free Consultation Form on this page.  There is never a charge to find out if you have a case with Woods and Woods

What Are Veterans Benefits?

Veteran Benefits are monetary benefits available to veterans who have service connected  impairments.  Veterans Benefits are also available to dependents of the veteran such as: widows, dependent children, and dependent parents.  To learn more click here.

Am I Eligible for Veterans Benefits?

If you fall into these three categories it is likely that you are eligible:

• Active military service;

• The veteran must not have a dishonorable discharge.

• Your injury or disease must have been incurred or aggravated during active military service, and you must have a current disability related to that disease or injury. To read more about eligibility and VA compensation click here.

How Do I File a Claim for VA Disability?

If you need help getting through the task of filing your claim, an experienced Veterans Disability attorney at Woods and Woods may be able to help you.  For a free consultation please call us at (888) 959-9908 or fill out the Free Consultation Form on this page.  There is never a charge to find out if you have a case.  Read more about filing a VA Disability Claim here.