Simplify Your VA Disability Benefits Journey – We Are Here to Help!
Who We Are
Veteran Adviser provides personalized assistance to Veterans seeking to increase their VA disability rating.
We understand that the complex and confusing VA system often leads to a reduced or unwanted rating, which is why our team of expert case managers are here to help guide you through it all.
What makes us unique is our private network of doctors, making sure you receive an accurate rating based on your current condition. At Veteran Adviser, our mission is to empower Veterans by guiding them through this challenging system while providing knowledgeable resources and care along the way.
Get matched with a dedicated case manager for a free review of your service-connected disabilities. Learn about our streamlined process and what you can expect.
Network of Medical Providers
We will thoroughly assess your conditions and medical records and connect you with our private network of medical providers when necessary.
VA Claim Support
Receive expert assistance and advice throughout the entire VA disability claim process. We are here to support and give you the best chance of success!
1 in 3 Veterans Are Under-Rated
A recent study by the Inspector General showed
VA medical evaluators may have accuracy rates as low as 71%.
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Frequently Asked Questions
If the VA assigned an incorrect rating, you can appeal their decision by proving that you qualify for a higher rating. Remember, if your conditions have worsened since you last applied, then you can submit a new claim asking for an increased evaluation.
The VA follows the rules of the VA's Schedule for Rating Disabilities (VASRD) to determine rating percentages. This is based on your symptoms, treatment options, and how it directly results from your disability.
If the VA approves your claim, you will receive a monthly payment as well as full medical care from the VA for your service-connected disabilities.
To apply, submit a VA Disability Claim along with evidence of service-connection and all medical records regarding your specific conditions on the claim.
In order for your conditions to qualify for a rating by the VA, they must be a result of your military service.
A VA Disability Rating is a percentage assigned by the VA based on the severity of your service-connected conditions. The higher the percentage, the more compensation a Veteran will receive for their conditions.
You can find the current status of your claim in your VA.gov portal.
A claim submitted with all of the necessary documentation will typically be processed within 3 months. If your claim is missing information, it could take significantly longer.
No. If you want to simplify the process, you can submit each of your conditions on the same claim. However, if you forget to add one or another develops later, then you will have to submit a new claim for those specific conditions. Remember, the VA will only rate conditions that you can prove are service-connected.
Once you are a retired veteran, you can submit a claim for your VA disability benefits at any time. If you are still active duty, you can only submit a claim once you are within 90 days of your discharge date or as part of the Integrated Disability Evaluation System.
The best way to submit your claim is directly through the VA.gov portal. You can also submit a paper copy of VA Form 21-526EZ to the address provided on the form. It is best to submit all of your supporting evidence along with your claim.
Veterans with service-connected conditions submit a VA Disability Claim in order to collect their disability benefits.