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  • Reply to: What is an Accredited VSO/ NSO / CSO / Agent?   1 day 22 hours ago
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  • Reply to: FDC - Fully Developed Claim   3 weeks 22 hours ago

    A VA Accredited Agent may also charge up to 20% of back pay. 

    This is paid directly to the Agent or Attorney from VA.  You may also incur additional fees that you must pay. 

    Be sure to read the contract well and know what they might charge you for upon completion of your appeal.

    Discussion about other companies or individuals out there who claim they can increase your rating but are not accredited by VA are predatory companies and often charge you more than an Agent or Attorney would and ive seen up to 6 times the monthly award on increase.  As a veteran, or anyone for that matter, can do this with help from an Accredited Service Organization, Claims Agent or Attorney for less without having to pay these folks monthly after the claim has been adjudicated.  They also do NOT have access to the VA System or your file and require you to give them access to your ebinifits account at VA.  Be very leery of giving any personal information or access to accounts!  These folks do not go through the vigorous VA/FBI background investigation nor have they taken the exam and continued education required by VA to represent your and compile your claim no matter what they say!  The are working the system on your personal information and either unwillingness or simply can not pass the exam or background to become Accredited.

  • Reply to: How to Answer Questions at the Exam   1 month 1 week ago

    You need a Nexus from a doctor that can link the tinnitus to your service.  Depending on your job in the service, there are charts that VA uses that may put you in a Hazardous noise environment.  I is an uphill battle and you need to prove this has been an issue since during your time in service AND since you got out.

    A successful claim is all about the evidence you provide and what the law states concerning it.

    I would suggest getting with an organization such as DAV, VFW, American Legion etc or an Accredited Claims Agent to help you through the process.