A Few Tips on Filing Claims with the VA, is now published here. My book came about from my long, hard struggle with the VA. I took what I have learned and penned it into a how to book. Follow my guideline and it might help.
I’ve always wanting to help veterans in some way. When I considered doing it in this manner, I found it to be very self rewarding.
Furthermore, helping others is something I have always enjoyed doing, so being able to help, has been exhilarating.
I started the book out by giving some of my background.
First off, being an 80% disabled veteran, doesn’t mean I cannot achieve milestones.
I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Go 49ers!!!!, with a degree in History in 2009.
However I would not have accomplished college without the GI Bill. Most importantly, I made $40,000 off my initial contribution.
I’d say what a great investment in one’s self right. As a result I paid $1800 total for my college degree thanks to the GI Bill. Score!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Another reason I push so hard is my wonderful son Melvin. As a result of my son, he pushes me to be the best I can be everyday. No matter the pain, the agony, and the hurt I have I know I have to strive hard for him.
Hopefully, one day I can look him in the eyes as a protector of our nation as well.
Content in the Book
The content within the book shows veterans how to construct a better claim. Everyone can go down to the Veteran Service Officer (VSO) and give their name and social, but why not give them more than the basic.
Too often we do the minimum on our claims, but why give just enough to get a NO. Therefore, do more research, construct a better claim, and then go see the VSO.
Since it outlines what you should search for when trying to make your claim better, do as it says. Consequently, the book gives you idea’s on ways to make the VA agree with the claim.
In addition to doing the work for the VA, I think makes it easier for them to say Yes. In the long run, that is all we care about is the VA saying approved.
However don’t get discourage if a denial is sent out, that just means a bigger check when they approve it. Who doesn’t like a $4000 check when it is approved. I know i do.
The book gives lots of information on where to search for your claim information. In addition to the book read the Appendix and read the supplemental information.
The VA rating book is in the Appendix. This book is something that all veterans need to understand how to read. As a result, understanding the rating book helps you know what your rating might be.
Finally, do the most for your own claim. Don’t let your VA claim fail, it is your benefits get what you deserve. Buy my book if you want to make the most of your claim.