Frequently Asked Questions – Below is a list of commonly asked questions. If you cannot find the exact information that you are looking for below, please feel free to call or email us with your questions.
1. What if I was never injured in the military?
Many Veterans are not aware of the number of disabilities recognized by the VA as compensatory. For example, simply serving in the Gulf War or Vietnam War, may qualify you for current disabilities with which you were never treated for during your service. Other disabilities may be the result of your Military Occupational Specialty (MOS). The best thing to do would be to contact our accredited team to review your case and make that determination.
2. What if I do not have any current health care?
Our team of accredited agents can still work with your case. We will coordinate and assemble a package to submit to the VA which can still get you service connected despite your not having current treatment.
3. What if the VA denies my claim?
If the VA denies your claim, there is no risk to you, the Veteran.
4. What if I don’t have my military records?
It is the VA’s duty to obtain your military records and house them once your claim is submitted. We can help you obtain a copy of your military records from the VA. However, we do not need these records to start the claims process.