Did the VA reject your claim for disability benefits? Don’t give up now! You may have a valid claim, and the VA may have made a mistake when they denied it. An initial rejection doesn’t mean the end of the road for your disability claim. We may be able to help you get the benefits you deserve.
Your disability rating makes all the difference in the amount of money you receive each month. It can even determine whether you get any money at all. Learning about your rating can empower you with the knowledge that you may need to increase your disability rating.
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The Veterans Network is prepared to assist you to receive the disability rating you deserve. Over time, a disabled Veteran’s condition may grow worse. When a disability worsens a disabled veteran deserves greater compensation for the increased disability. Increased disability requires an upward adjustment to the Veterans disability rating, which can mean an increase to the amount of disability compensation provided. Unfortunately, disabled Veterans face an overworked and slow government bureaucracy when pursuing appeals with the VA. What is actually designed to be a simple process can take years and ultimately fail over the smallest discrepancy. We can assess if we can help you with your VA disability rating when your medical condition grows worse.
There are a number of factors that contribute to a claim’s success or failure. Proof is absolutely key. Your claim should contain evidence that demonstrates your injuries and establishes a service connection. You must show the link between your condition and how its manifestation is a result of your military service. Both medical and lay (non-professional) evidence are important components to build a strong VA disability claim. Many times, claims are denied simply because the Veteran does not have sufficient evidence to support their case. Get a copy of you Service Treatment Records and we can review your case. Gather any independent evidence needed to support your claim for VA benefits and contact us. We will strategize the best way to build your case to assist you with!
The Veterans Network USA mission is to diligently assist Veterans who have service-connected disabilities to obtain the benefits that they deserve. We will assist all Veterans as long as they have not been dishonorably discharged from any branch of the Armed Services. Veterans qualify for Disability Compensation if their physical disability is due to a service-related injury or illness and rated at 10 percent or more. Mental disabilities also qualify for Veteran’s disability compensation. Like most governmental programs, obtaining Veterans’ disability benefits can be complex and time consuming, and can easily go wrong. You do not have to go at it alone. Contact the Veterans Network today and join a community of like minded individuals who are dedicated to helping each other.
To receive a status of Total Disability from the Department of Veterans Affairs you need a 100% rating which means that it’s impossible for you to find and retain suitable employment due to your medical condition. Some veterans have received a VA Total Disability rating for primary insomnia alone, but most have achieved their rating using insomnia as a secondary condition combined with a different primary condition.
The VA maintains a list of homes serviced by VA loans that have gone into foreclosures. Veterans have the ability to search the list of VA acquired properties and purchase homes at a discount. You do not have to be a veteran to search the properties, but all properties qualify for VA financing.
The VA gives you a disability rating according to its determination of the seriousness of your condition. The rating is expressed as a percentage. The greater the impact your condition has on the quality of your life, the higher the rating. If you suffer from a number of illnesses and injuries, you could receive multiple ratings.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has established this small business loan program for veterans and spouses. Its purpose is to assist with the initial costs in establishing a small business, or costs related to expanding a small business. Low interest rates are assigned to the loans, typically ranging from 2.25%-4.75%. The SBA guarantees up to 85% of the total loan, with a maximum loan amount of $500,000.
Veterans having trouble making their mortgage payments are eligible for repayment assistance through the Department of Veterans Affairs. Options for help include special repayment plans, loan forbearance and loan modification programs. Additional benefits are available for veterans with VA loans and for homeless veterans.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can be a service connected disability that qualifies for entitlement to disability compensation. If the evidence establishes that the Veteran engaged in combat with the enemy and the claimed stressor is related to that combat, in the absence of clear and convincing evidence to the contrary, and provided that the claimed stressor is consistent with the circumstances, conditions, or hardships of the Veteran’s service, the Veteran’s lay testimony alone may establish the occurrence of the claimed in-service stressor.
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Air Force Veteran
I would like to thank the entire Staff at VNU along with my Network Leader Tracy, who would answers my calls and questions I have had during my journey with gaining VA disability. I was so excited about how they called and met with me to go over the paperwork with me, They were awesome as well, again I would like to thank the entire staff that works with the Veterans Network. I have already shared my experience with several friends and family members who may benefit from this Network. Thank You again, Veterans Network USA!!
Daughter of Marine Veteran
My Network Leader Veronica was so helpful and thorough. My father is blind and he's in dire need of returning to the doctor. Veronica made sure that we completed the needed paperwork right away and followed up with us often. She answered all of our questions promptly and had amazing customer service and interpersonal skills. I even called and needed a return call from her and she was very quick to return my call. The Veterans Network has really assisted my family.
Coast Guard Veteran
My Network Leader, Courtney, made me feel valued instead of being just another number! She thoroughly explained the disability process, she kept open and honest communication with me and she was courteous and sympathetic towards me. I am lucky to have her on my team. - J
VNU are certainly the kind of friends you would want; and in my case NEEDED! My wife and I are very scant on the rules & reg's on what needs to be done and what should be done. Our Network Leader, has done some AMAZING things and greatly helped us put the process in order for all to understand and benefit from!!! Thank You So Much!!! Things can get a bit acattered these days and the Veterans Network USA used there intelligent resources to engage and inform all pertinent parties of the information that had to be documented in a certain way. They did this with elegance and left no holes unfilled for anyone to fall in. Great job VNU!!!! We feel we are saved and can get our life back in order and continue with some dignity!! You are a real Friend to those that need the right info and a calming voice. Thank You Again and Again! They Listen and will Help!!! Sincerely - Matt
Hi… I want to be clear, past reviews I've commented on, were comments to those who had questions and poor reviews. I've been working with this Network for sometime now and they have positively answered any and all questions I've had bad experiences with systems that works against those seeking disability. I recommend if you plan on seeking the help of the Veterans Network USA to be patient, understanding of the process and respectful. They will help you and work with you in a manner that's understanding to your issues and needs. They are not Judges or the system that determines your case outcome, they are the people that help you through that process… I, Jamie Williams recommend their services if you need help with this process and give a positive review. regardless of my case outcome I appreciate all that they have done for me. ThankYou! - Jamie
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