We step in after the VA denies a claim.
A denial can come in multiple forms, including a rating decision that denies your claim, that grants you a low rating percentage, or that grants you the wrong effective date. We also help clients that attempted the appeal process alone, or with another representative, but need a more experienced advocate. It is never too late to work with a Sutton Snipes attorney to fight to secure your VA benefits.
The VA system is complicated and difficult to navigate. The VA can deny your claim for many reasons and not understanding the system may cause unnecessary delay or a permanent loss of benefits. As your advocate, we will assess your denial and proceed with a legal strategy suited for your particular claim.
Our attorneys have successfully fought for service connection, higher ratings, and earlier effective dates. We have also prevented the VA from wrongly reducing ratings.
We have experience with all types of disability cases, including aid and attendance, Agent Orange exposure, contested claims, dependents educational assistance (DEA), housebound benefits, individual unemployability (TDIU), military sexual trauma (MST), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sleep apnea, survivor’s benefits (DIC), and many more.
If you received a denial from the VA, contact our office. You must appeal within a specific time period or risk losing your benefits.