After reviewing your submitted quiz results, unfortunately, we are not the best choice to support your VA disability benefits claims.

While we’re not a current fit for you, you have other options to pursue

You may not have been a fit because you selected one of the following…

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Indicated You are “Not A Veteran”​

Unfortunately, we can only work with U.S. military Veterans, and active duty service members who are currently within 180 to 90 days of their discharge date.

If you are an active duty service member who is currently within 180 to 90 days of your discharge date – please call us at 800-477-4142 to discuss your options regarding VA disability benefits you are claiming during discharge.

If you are a spouse, family member, or friend helping a Veteran with their claims and you are interested in learning about our services – please call us at 800-477-4142

Indicated You Are Receiving a Pension​

Since pension is based on income and other factors, the VA will only allow a Veteran to receive either their pension or VA disability benefits.

Meaning, if a Veteran can receive more in VA disability compensation than their current pension, the VA will pay that Veteran the VA disability compensation only and stop their pension payments.

Because of these factors, the requirements to receive disability benefits, and the need for VA disability benefits to be more than the pension, it can be time-consuming and complex to know which is the best choice.

While our strength is in developing medical evidence for VA disability benefits, there are too many VA factors that may hinder a Veteran’s financial interest.

Indicated You Have an Open Disability Claim With the VA

Part of our strategy is to ensure we have the right information so we never put Veterans in a position that could be detrimental to their rating.

When a Veteran has an open claim, the VA must make a decision (good or bad) before we get started with developing your medical evidence. Why? Because the VA’s decision allows us to develop medical evidence around why you received a denial (to then appeal) or use your adjudication to understand your service-connection and how it relates to other disability benefits you medically and ethically qualify for.

This means we are not a fit for you temporarily, and we look forward to supporting you after you receive a decision from the VA.

Indicated You Have an Open Appeal With the VA and It Is With the BVA (Board of Veterans' Appeal)

Again, part of our strategy for appeals is to ensure we have the right information so we never put Veterans in a position that could be detrimental to their rating.

When a Veteran has an open appeal with the BVA, the BVA must make a decision on your appeal (good or bad) before we get started with developing your medical evidence. Why? Because the BVA’s decision allows us to develop medical evidence around why you received a denial, to then appeal accordingly.

This means we are not a fit for you temporarily, and we look forward to supporting you after you receive a decision from the BVA.

Indicated Discharge Type as “Other Than Honorable - Without a VA Rating”, “Dishonorable”, or “Other”.

Unfortunately, this is one area we do not have control over. Typically, the VA only issues disability benefits to Veterans who have Honorable or Other than Honorable discharges.

Now, we know there are many factors around discharge types, and we are more than happy to discuss your options with you.

It is important to know that we cannot support or help any Veterans in overturning a discharge type. We recommend referring to the VA on this process.

Please call 800-477-4142 if you have any questions and we’ll do our best to answer them
for you.

Indicated You Received Severance or Separation Pay When You Discharged From the Military, Which Still Has a Balance Due of Over $10,000.

Veterans can receive several types of severance and separation pay when they are discharged from the military. Some of those types require Veterans to pay back their severance and separation.

In those cases, if a Veteran receives VA disability compensation, the government will garnish the disability compensation to pay back the severance and separation before the Veteran starts receiving their disability compensation.

While our strength is in developing medical evidence for VA disability benefits, there are too many VA factors that may hinder a Veteran’s financial interest.

Indicated You Are Rated At, Or Are Currently Receiving Unemployability (TDIU) Compensation at 100%.

If you are rated at or currently receiving unemployability (TDIU) compensation at 100%, there is nothing evidence-based medical consulting can do to get you over 100% as that is the top rating the VA provides. We encourage you to stick with us as we are developing services for Veterans currently rated at 100%.