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We handle clients in all 50 states including Puerto Rico.

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We are focused on helping you achieve the best possible results. We can guide you through the process to help you get the successful outcome you deserve.

From our Veteran

Before I heard of the Rep for Vets I had someone else handling my case,but they did very little for me . Then I heard about the Rep for Vets I called them to see if they could do something for me . I gave them all the information and proof I had . I found out that the Rep for Vets are a very aggressive group of people who know how to get things done.So up on till now I'm quite satisfied with the way they're handling my case. Read More

FAQ

If you have a service-related disability, one the worst things you can hear from the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) is that your claim for disability benefits has been denied. Fortunately, however, a denial does not mean you are all out of options - after all, you can still file an appeal, especially if your denial is based on insufficient medical evidence.

Yes, injured vets can seek both veterans disability benefits - otherwise known as service-related or service-connected disability compensation - and Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. In fact, disabled veterans often have many more options for benefits than they realize.

This test is used by the U.S. Department of Veterans' Affairs to determine a veteran's eligibility for VA disability benefits. There are three criteria considered: does the vet have a medically-diagnosed disability?; did the vet suffer an injury, develop a disease or endure another event during military service that caused or aggravated the disability?; and can it be demonstrated that the condition is the result of a service-related injury or disease?

The Rep For Vets® is a group of professionals who are proud of the men and women who have kept this nation safe since the bitter days and nights of Valley Forge. Some are veterans. Others are just Americans who are grateful for the service of the countless men and women who are everyday heroes.

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