Combat Support for Veterans & Their Dependents in the Battle
for VA Disability & Survivors' Benefits

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*If you have a denial from the Board of Veterans' Appeals in Washington, D.C., you must appeal it to the Court of Appeals for Veterans' Claims within only 120 daysIf you would like a free review of your Board decision, feel free to send or fax a copy of it as soon as possible.

*Representation at the Court level is always at no cost to you. If you win, the government pays your attorneys' fees and expenses.

*If you have a Regional Office or Appeals Management Center decision you disagree with, you essentially have one year to appeal it. Don't miss any deadlines if you want to keep your earliest possible effective date.
*Depending on several factors, including the status of your case, an attorney may or may not be legally allowed to represent you for a fee. If an attorney takes your case for representation at the Regional Office or Board level, fees are generally contingent and based on a percentage of back benefits won. If you hire an attorney and lose, you should still owe nothing.

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