Frequently Asked Questions
Veterans Educating Veterans is not a law firm and our staff helping Veterans with their disability claims are not attorneys.
In order to provide you with the highest level of customer service and ensure the availability of our trained staff, appointments are strongly recommended.
If we don’t provide the services offered, no fee will be charged. However, if you receive a favorable decision from the VA, there will be a one-time fee assessed as outlined in the terms of our Client Service Agreement.
The average timeframe typically ranges between four and six months. Veterans should note that the VA’s caseload fluctuates which may cause delays outside of VEV’s control.
No, we can help Veterans in all fifty states, and International. Please contact us for international Veterans.
It is crucial to have an expert review your active duty medical records to examine the Veteran’s entire medical history.
Private practitioner’s comprehensive review will also satisfy the VA’s requirement that the Veteran file a fully-developed claim. The more comprehensive the evidence, the more likely the Veteran will receive an accurate decision from the VA.
This can take up to 6 months, sometimes longer. We can educate you with filing the proper paperwork to ensure your records are requested from the correct facility based on your branch of military and discharge date.
No. Veteran Educating Veterans is a for-profit company that charges a fee if we are successful for the services we provide.
You may apply directly through the VA or you may hire a Veteran Service Organization to assist you with your claim. However the professionals at VEV work directly for you. We are committed to the best outcome and highest level of service for you, the Veteran.