Veteran benefits entitles a veteran to benefits for service-connected disabilities, survivor benefits and other benefits such as education payments and waiver of indebtedness. If you have been denied a claim, you can file an appeal to the Board of Veterans Appeals in Washington, DC you have until either the later of 60 days from receipt of the Statement of the Case or within one year of the Notice of Action by the Regional Office denying the claim.
If you have been denied by the BVA, you must file your Notice of Appeal with The United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims by mail or fax within 120 days after the date when the Board of Veterans Appeal mailed a copy of its final decision to you and/or your representative. The United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims is a national court of record, established under Article I of the Constitution of the United States. This Court has
It would be in your best interest to seek legal advice or council from an attorney or you may represent yourself, BUT REMEMBER VA will be represented by its attorneys. Keep in mind that your case may be better presented if you are represented by legal council. If a lawyer or other representative assists you with your appeal at the Court, he or she will:
Mr. Eisenberg can accept Veteran Claim Appeals in all jurisdictions.He can help explain the process and guide you through your appeal.
Contact Mr. Eisenberg today to set up a free appointment to discuss your case.
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