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 me 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 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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