Talk to a Board of Veterans Appeals BVA attorney at Woods & Woods.
Since 1985, Woods & Woods has successfully represented thousands of injured and disabled people. Our staff goes through regular training to keep up-to-date with changes in Veterans Administration law. We are always attending a seminar or legal education to even better serve our veterans clients.
We are proud to teach other law firms how to represent veterans. Law firms from around the country come to Woods & Woods when they want to learn how to represent disabled veterans. There are dozens of law firms around the country that send their veterans clients to Woods & Woods, because they trust us.
Why hire a Woods & Woods Board of Veterans Appeals BVA attorney?
To help prove our clients’ claims, we work with doctors, psychologists, vocational experts and other specialists. We pay the costs of these experts until the case is completed. If you lose your claim, you never have to pay for the specialists we hired to prove your claim.
Many veterans are repeatedly denied Veterans Disability Benefits because they don’t provide enough evidence to prove their claims to the Veterans Administration. Our lawyers know what evidence is needed to prove VA Disability claims. Veterans Administration law is complex and there are thousands of federal regulations that could affect your claim. We highly suggest you hire a Veterans Disability Benefits lawyer to help you with your appeal because of the complexity of VA law.
What is the cost of a Board of Veterans Appeals BVA attorney?
Our fee is 20% of your back pay and case expenses if you win your appeal. If you lose your appeal, you don’t owe us a penny. Woods & Woods will never charge you for a phone call or for claim evaluations. Our lawyers don’t bill by the hour and never ask for money upfront.
What is the Board of Veterans Appeals BVA?
The Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA) is located in Washington, D.C. Members of the Board review benefit claims determinations made by local VA offices and issue decision on appeals. These Law Judges, attorneys experienced in veterans law and in reviewing benefit claims, are the only ones who can issue Board decisions.
How long do I have to appeal to the BVA?
There are time limits for appealing a VA disability rating decision. You have one year from the date the Veterans Administration made their initial decision on your VA disability benefits. If you have let your time period to appeal collapse, you may submit a new claim. That means you will have to go through the initial application process with the Veterans Administration again.
Get a free claim evaluation today.
If you have questions about appealing your denial to the Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA) contact us today. We offer free claim evaluations to anyone who needs help. Woods & Woods staff will answer any questions you have and guide you through this complicated legal process. For help, please fill out the online contact form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.