7 Secrets You Need to Know Before You File a VA Claim

Before you file a VA claim, you need these seven success secrets! I’ve filed countless VA claims for the disabled veterans in my life. Right now, both my husband and father-in-law are compensated at the 100% level from the Department of Veteran’s Affairs. I have filed tons of successful VA claims, and here are the 7 secrets you need to know before you file a VA claim.


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00:00 Intro
00:55 Secret #1: File FDC Claims
01:59 Secret #2: How to Prove the Nexus
02:26 Secret #3: How to Get the Highest Ratings
05:37 Secret #4: How to Use Your Medical Records
06:42 Secret #5: How to Write Your Statement
07:49 Secret #6: How to Gather Supporting Statements
08:39 Secret #7: How to Strengthen Your Case



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Stop! There are some things you need to know before you file a VA claim. I’ve filed many, many claims, so please take a moment to learn from my mistakes (and my successes).

I’m Nicole from Low Income Relief, where we help millions of veterans save money and get free stuff.

Now, I know you’re probably wondering why you should listen to me. I obviously don’t look like someone with much military experience, right? Well, my husband and father-in-law are both disabled veterans with 100% ratings from the VA. I handled both of their claims entirely by myself, without the assistance of any veteran service organizations or experienced representatives. I’ve… got more experience with this than I’d like, honestly.

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In this video, I’m going to show you seven things you need to know before you file a VA claim.


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