Notice of Disagreement

A notice of disagreement starts the appeals process and notifies the court that you disagree with the decision you received regarding your disability claim.  Contact our Las Vegas veterans disability lawyer for a free consultation.

Your claim has been denied and you’ve filed a Notice of Disagreement with the VA. That tells the VA that you do not agree with the denial of your claim or, if they’ve assigned a percentage and you don’t believe that that’s right, it tells them that you do not agree. However, there are additional things that need to be done. It is critical that someone find out what the basis of the denial or the low rating was. Someone needs to go out and collect the evidence that is required to support your claim and provide that to the VA, so that when it is reevaluated your attorney can say, this is why it was wrong. There was information that was missing, or they didn’t consider this, or they overlooked this. There is something that needs to be pointed out to them that not only says I disagree, but you need to show them why you were right, and they were wrong. The best way to do that is to get an attorney who knows how to handle these claims,  and deals with this on a regular basis; someone who will sit down with you and figure out what needs to be done, and how to get it to the VA so they properly evaluate your claim.

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