How to Apply for VA Benefits

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How to Apply for VA Benefits

Are you a disabled veteran looking for information on how to apply for VA benefits? Well, luckily for you, you’ve come to the right place. We know firsthand how many disabled veterans are unaware of the benefits they are entitled to — That’s why we’re here to help!

Preparing For Your Claim

First things first, when it comes to dealing with the VA, you have to be prepared. You’ll want to gather medical documentation such as your DD214 and service treatment records. Make sure you have access to your eBenefits account. If you do not have one, you’ll want to create one.

Medical Evidence Needed For Your Claim

You might be wondering, “what evidence will I need for my claim?” Here are some examples of medical evidence you can use to support your claim:

  • VA medical and hospital records associated with your military-related disabilities and conditions you wish to file a claim for
  • Any private medical and hospital records that prove your military-related disabilities and conditions 
  • Supporting letters that explain your condition in-depth, such as how or when it happened and how it worsened. These statements can be written by family members, friends, or those you served with

How To File Your VA Disability Claim

You can file your disability claim either online, by mail, in person, or with a trained professional. We know how hard the VA system can be to navigate, so we strongly recommend working with one of our consultants.

Our team not only consists of other fellow veterans, but they are experts in guiding you through the claim process. We work with ex-VA raters and a network of private medical providers experienced in filling out DBQs correctly. Contact us today! 

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