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- Save 50% by paying annually instead of monthly. (If you intend to use the Veterans Law Blog® for more than 6 months, paying annually reduces the cost by 50%)
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- Weekly Emails from Chris Attig with new information about the VA Claims process and proving and winning VA Claims and Appeals
- NEW!!! Includes 6 FREE Veterans Law Blog® Field Manuals
- 5 Reasons the VA Keeps Screwing Up Your Claim (and how you have the power to fix them!)
- How to Choose a VA Claims Attorney
- Sworn Declaration Forms
- VA Claims Case Study (Volume 1: The DRO)
- Veterans Court Cases: 10 Important Cases
- VA TDIU Field Manual
- Exclusive PREMIUM Video Content
- 30-60 minute training videos (for Example: How to prepare your Notice of Disagreement, Find the Traps in a Statement of Case, etc)
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- FREE Sample Forms (Templates and Forms just like the ones lawyers use when filing VA Appeals)
- Notice of Disagreement Continuation Pages & Standard Language
- Motion to Advance an Appeal on the BVA Docket.
- Motion to Expedite a Remanded Appeal (from CAVC and/or BVA)
- More forms and templates each month
- 20% DISCOUNT on future purchases from the Bookstore
- PRICE LOCK: As long as you keep your subscription current, you will pay the monthly subscription price at the time you signed up, even if I later have to raise prices.
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What Veterans Law Blog® Field Manuals Come With the Subscription?
#1: 5 Reasons that the VA Keeps Screwing Up Your Claim
In the 7 years, I’ve looked at HUNDREDS — if not THOUSANDS — of C-Files in cases that the VA has denied a Veterans benefits.
There are patterns showing why the VA Keeps screwing up your VA Claims!
Here are 5 ways to break those patterns the VA isn’t going to share!
#2: How to Choose a VA Claims Attorney
I see it all the time – a Veteran gets in over their head in their VA Benefits claim, and then scrambles to find an attorney.
Often, they make a choice that may not be ideal for their claim.
I teach Veterans 8 Things they should know before hiring an attorney in a VA Benefits Claims. Included is a 30-question checklist to use when interviewing attorneys.
#3: TDIU Field Manual
TDIU can be a complicated and sometimes overwhelming claim or appeal for a Veteran – even the VA regional offices and BVA get confused about what you need to prove to get this benefit.
Rather than overwhelm you with lawyer-talk, legalese, and convoluted analysis, this eBook presents the core information that a Veteran filing for TDIU needs to know.
This eBook will help you understand the process, law and strategy of the average TDIU claim – written in plain English.
#4: DRO Case Study
In this case study, the Veteran got to his DRO hearing and was told that his Major Issue – Ischemic Heart Disease resulting from exposure to Agent Orange on the Korean DMZ – was not on appeal.
This Case Study is a helpful look into how the DRO Process can help you achieve a positive outcome.
#5: Sworn Declaration
If you are going to submit lay evidence, wouldn’t you rather the VA give it full legal weight? Of course you would.
Use a Sworn Declaration form that my law firm uses to add lay evidence to the Veteran’s appeal.
The sworn declaration – according to 28 USC § 1746 – carries the same legal weight as a notarized affidavit.
#6: 10 Veterans Court Cases Every Veteran Should Know.
Veterans Court Cases are more than just boring statements of law and legalese.
Properly studied, they teach us how to prove and win our claims and appeals.
This Veterans Law Guidebook teaches the 10 Cases that Every Veteran Should Know.
Is the Veterans Law Blog® Worth The Cost?
I think so: I put a lot of time into giving you content that is thorough, helpful and informative. And I publish NEW content 2 – 3 times a week.
Nobody else – no accredited attorney and no VSO – will teach you how to Take Back the Power in Your VA Claim or Appeal.
But don’t listen to me….here’s what your fellow Veterans said about the Veterans Law Blog®:
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Why Isn’t the Veterans Law Blog® Free?
Hundreds – if not thousands – of y’all have emailed me to tell me how the Veterans Law Blog® transformed your VA Claim.
Many of you now have benefits because of what you learned to do on this website.
I am ECSTATIC about that – and it convinces me of the POWER of Information.
There are costs associated with providing this information to as many veterans as the Veterans Law Blog® does. I have to maintain servers, keep the website secure and up-to-date, stream videos and other content to veterans around the world, and produce more and more new content every week.
I wish I could do this for free, but since I can’t, I do the next best thing: every dollar you pay on the Veterans Law Blog® goes to making more information, better information, and new information about VA Claims and Appeals available to you every single day.
The Veterans Law Blog® will do MORE than just post daily articles and release eBooks, Field Manuals and Training Videos. It is my goal to become the BEST resource for Veterans battling the VA for benefits…and for VSOs that WANT more training than their national offices will provide.
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