Our Mission

Our mission is to ensure that veterans are provided all of the benefits their government owes them.

 

Who We Are

Our founder is a disabled veteran and a former attorney of the Board of Veterans Appeals, who blew the whistle on Regional Office handling of veteran appeals. Our attorneys are accredited to represent veterans at all levels of the Department of Veterans Affairs and licensed to practice before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.

 

We’re Here to Serve

To see if you qualify, call us toll free today at (833) AIDVETS (243-8387) or simply fill out the contact form. A case evaluation is 100% FREE

what we offer

Our mission is to ensure that veterans are provided all of the benefits their government owes them. To fulfill that mission, we provide a one-stop shop for every step of the veterans benefits appeal process – Decision Review Officer, Board of Veterans Appeals, and the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. While National Veterans Benefits Attorneys is headquartered in Daytona Beach, Florida, we represent veterans nationally at every VA Regional Office in the United States. We also represent veterans before the Board of Veterans Appeals and the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
As a non-profit, we do not charge any up front retainer costs. Representation before the federal appeals Court is at no cost to you. If we prevail, we are paid by the federal government under the Equal Access to Justice Act. For appeals within the VA system, while a for-profit law firm may charge up to 33% with costs, National Veterans Benefits Attorneys is paid a flat fee of only 13% of any retroactive compensation. And, unlike many law firms, we do not charge you additional “costs.” Most importantly, we are paid only if you are awarded veterans benefits. To see if you qualify, call us toll free today at (833) AIDVETS (243-8387) or simply fill out the contact form. A case evaluation is 100% FREE.
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Regional Office Claim Denial Appeals

VA Medical Malpractice (FTCA)

Decision Review Officer Appeals (DRO)

Court of Appeals (CAVC)

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