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FAQs

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Why should I hire an attorney?

An attorney can help you through the complicated process of appealing your claim. We can take the burden of dealing with the VA off your shoulders and we have the expertise to help you receive the most compensation possible.

When can I hire an attorney?

We can represent you if you have an initial decision from the VA regional office and you filed your timely Notice of Disagreement after June 20, 2007.

We can also represent you if you have a recent Board decision or have filed your appeal to the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, no matter when you filed your timely Notice of Disagreement.

Can you represent me if I am not located in the Vancouver/Portland area?

Yes. All communication with the VA is submitted in written form so it is not required for you to appear in person. We currently represent clients who live around the country.

How much does it cost to be represented?

Nothing. In matters before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, there is NO COST to you. If your case is reversed or remanded from the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, the government pays attorneys’ fees and expenses under the Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA).

If you are appealing a decision at the VA regional office or to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals, the attorney collects no fees unless you are awarded compensation. There is a twenty percent contingency fee, which means the fee comes out of any back pay or award received and does not extend into the future or attach to monthly benefit payments.

How do I get started?

If you have a decision from VA regional office or you are appealing your decision to the Board or Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, we will gladly take a look at your claim and discuss your case with you. Our initial consultation is free. Contact us by phone, email, or through the contact tab on the top right of this website. We will need a copy of your most recent decision for the initial review of your case.