Buckle up, I’m about to do something that has never been done before.
The Veterans Law Blog has released the FIRST training tool – ever – that shows Veterans how to file and develop their own VA Claim.
That’s a little unbelievable, isn’t it?
I mean think about it.
Want to draft your own will? There’s a book to teach you how to do it.
You want to form a corporation? There’s a HUNDRED books that teach that.
But want to file your own VA Claim?
Nada. Zilch. Nothing.
That’s unbelievable to me.
Vets have been seeking compensation since the Revolutionary War, and NOBODY has published a guide on how to file a claim?
The VA wil tell you to have a VSO do it for you. Which is all well and good, but….
… how many of us have had problems with – or heard of Vets who have had problems with – VSOs?
Heck, even if you have a VSO you like, you’re entitled to understand the process to make sure they are keeping your best interests “front and center”.
But using a VSO shouldn’t be a requirement…
If you’re like me, you don’t like to ask others to do for you what you can do for yourself….
…folks like us are entitled to know how to file a VA Claim, aren’t we.
So the Veterans Law Blog will be the first to publish a guide showing you how.
Now…don’t get me wrong.
This isn’t the ONLY way to file a VA claim….and it may not be the right way to file EVERY possible kind of VA claim.
But what I’ve done is put together a training package that is going to teach you the method that I use for filing VA Claims.
I want to tell you about this method in future posts, but let me share with you the words of a Veteran that I shared this training with. Here’s what she said:
“I sent you an email and asked for your firm to represent me, but you declined due to how far along I was on my “own” with my claim and appeals.”
What did she do?
She subscribed to the Veterans Law Blog by email, and started learning. Here’s what she learned, in her words:
“Your information has help me go from 0% to 30%. Thanks to your service to inform us veterans. I share your blog and website to all who I come in contact with.”
My hope is that I hear that sort of success story from you.