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Frequently Asked Questions
You are a good candidate for our assistance if you meet any of the following criteria:
>>If you are a Veteran who has an overall rating between 0%-90%
>>If you have previously been denied service connection for a disability
>>If you have already received a VA disability rating
>>If you are service-connected for any of these disabilities
You may be a good candidate for future assistance if you…
>>If you are still Active Duty in the military
>>If you have never filed a claim before
>>If you are currently going through an appeal
>>If you currently have an open claim
>>If you have never received a rating from the VA
Step 1: Collect your medical records and figure out what you would like to claim.
Step 2: Find a local VSO and work with them to submit all of your documents to the VA.>>If you are still Active Duty in the military
Step 3: Be sure to attend all of your C&P Evaluation appointments with the VA doctors.
Step 4: Immediately contact 360 Veteran when you get your decision letter back.
Step 5: Decide whether you would like to increase your rating or complete the NEXUS letter process.
Step 6: Trust the process, complete the steps and get what you have earned!
Step 1: Go to medical and document anything that has happened to you in the military.
Step 2: Collect a hard copy and an electronic copy of your medical records.
Step 3: Find a Local VSO and give them your medical records.
Step 4: Work with the VSO to compile your initial claim and document your disabilities.
Step 5: Submit your claim and be sure to attend all of your C&P Evaluations from the VA
Step 6: Once you receive your decision letter from the VA, Contact 360 Veteran immediately!
Contact us immediately!
WATCH AND LEARN
These videos are designed to familiarize yourself with the process, provide you tips & tricks of the trade, and assist you in getting your disabilities service connected! Scroll up and down on the video list to see all that you can watch.
Disclaimer:Results are not guaranteed and 360 Veteran makes no promises. 360 Veteran’s staff does not provide medical advice or legal advice and 360 Veteran is not a law firm. Any information discussed such as, but not limited to; likely chance of an increase or service connection, estimated benefit amounts, potential new ratings, is solely based on past client generalizations and not specific to any one patient. The doctor has the right to reject and/or refuse to complete a Veteran’s DBQ and/or Nexus Letter if he/she feels the Veteran is not being truthful. The Veteran’s Administration is the only agency that can make a determination, in regards to whether or not a Veteran will receive an increase in their service-connected disabilities or make a decision on whether or not a disability will be considered service connected.