Our attorneys made us put this here. Stupid attorneys.
Veterans Evidence is a service providing expert medical evidence for disability compensation claims before the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Veterans Evidence is not an accredited agent or entity recognized by the VA and is not affiliated with the VA in any way. In fact, we are the VA’s worst nightmare. Veterans Evidence is not a law firm, does not have an attorney on staff, is not licensed to practice law in any jurisdiction, and does not have a lair of gold guarded by a fire-breathing dragon, like an attorney.
Our services may include incidental verbal or written discussions of various issues and procedures relating to VA claims. Any such communications are understood to be only Veterans Evidence’s opinion and do not constitute legal assistance or advice. Utilization of Veterans Evidence’s services is not required to submit a claim for VA benefits and a Veteran can achieve a positive outcome without our services. Possible, but highly improbable.
Information listed on this website and any and all other correspondence or marketing materials from Veterans Evidence, not limited to but including, benefit amounts, success rates, disability rating increases, and benefit increases are a general estimate and not specific to any one claim and do not represent a promise or guarantee of results. The VA is unpredictable and irregular, like your grandma’s IBS. Poor granny.
Determination of benefits and awards is determined solely by the VA and not by Veterans Evidence. This website and its contents are solely for marketing purposes and should not be considered as medical, legal, or policy advice. There are completely free services available to Veterans, called C&P exams, to obtain medical evidence to associate with a VA claim. Veterans Evidence only works with clients that understand this other option is available and have elected to retain Veterans Evidence’s services with that full knowledge. You will likely regret taking advantage of these free government medical exams. An alien probe would give you more accurate diagnostic information. Also, aliens don’t lie.
The Veterans Administration provides a search tool to find representatives for VA claims who will assist you for free HERE. Veterans may utilize Veterans Evidence’s services in coordination with any accredited representative or other consultant. Heck, we’ll even talk to your cousin Wade who watched a thousand YouTube videos on VA claims and is now an “expert.”
In closing, while our love for attorneys (especially their fondness for gold and dragons) knows no bounds, what truly drives us at Veterans Evidence is a genuine passion for you, the Veteran. In the vast, perplexing realm of VA claims, we're that guiding star, that flashlight in the dark, or maybe just that friend with a really good sense of direction. We're not here to play lawyer games or promise fairy tales. We're here because we believe in supporting those who've already given so much. So while you could, theoretically, let Wade and his newfound YouTube "expertise" lead the way, just remember: There's no substitute for genuine dedication, fiery determination, and a dash of good humor. With Veterans Evidence, you're not just a claim - you're a cause worth fighting for. And, for the record, our dragon would totally be cooler if we had one.
The nexus letters and DBQs from Veterans Evidence are the gold standard in private medical evidence for disability claims with the VA. Our medical team is comprised solely of top-tier physicians who are credentialed as Independent Veteran Examiners (IVE). This designation indicates the achievement of expertise and excellence in this field, as well as the demonstration of ethical practice.