Other Options Available

After reviewing your submitted results, unfortunately, we are not the best choice to support your VA disability benefits claims.

For more details review other options below:

Unfortunately, we can only work with U.S. military Veterans and active duty service members who are currently within 180 to 90 days of their discharge date.

If you are an active duty service member who is currently within 180 to 90 days of your discharge date – please call us at 833-VET-LINK to discuss your options regarding VA disability benefits you are claiming during discharge.

If you are a spouse, family member, or friend helping a Veteran with their claims and you are interested in learning about our services – please call us at 833-VET-LINK

Part of our strategy is to ensure we have the right information so we never put Veterans in a position that could be detrimental to their rating.

When a Veteran has an open claim, the VA must make a decision (good or bad) before we get started with developing your medical evidence. Why? Because the VA’s decision allows us to develop medical evidence around why you received a denial (to then appeal) or use your adjudication to understand your service-connection and how it relates to other disability benefits you medically and ethically qualify for.

This means we are not a fit for you temporarily, and we look forward to supporting you after you receive a decision from the VA.

Again, part of our strategy for appeals is to ensure we have the right information so we never put Veterans in a position that could be detrimental to their rating.

When a Veteran has an open appeal with the BVA, the BVA must make a decision on your appeal (good or bad) before we get started with developing your medical evidence. Why? Because the BVA’s decision allows us to develop medical evidence around why you received a denial, to then appeal accordingly.

This means we are not a fit for you temporarily, and we look forward to supporting you after you receive a decision from the BVA.

There are a few ways to file for veterans disability benefits You can file an application online using eBenefits or VA.gov. If you prefer to submit an application via mail or fax you can do so by filling out form 21-526EZ and sending it to the claims intake center. We recommend working with Veteran Service Officers (VSOs) to file your initial claim.

VSOs are often veterans themselves, sympathetic to the plight of the applicant. Compassionate and experienced, a VSO can be a real ally in your quest for benefits.

Working with a VSO can also help ensure a claim is not lost in the shuffle. Because the claims process can be so lengthy, it can be tough for veterans to remain as vigilant as necessary throughout the many months it takes to be processed. A VSO, however, can provide you with regular updates and ensure you that your claim is indeed being handled.

VSOs are specially trained and certified by the VA, and always provide their services on VA disability claims free-of-charge.

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Vetlink Solutions is not a Veterans Service Organization (VSO) or law firm and is not affiliated with the U.S. Veterans Administration (“VA”). Vetlink Solutions does not provide legal or medical advice or assist clients with preparing or filing claims for benefits with the VA.

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