The Veterans Disability Advocate (VADA)
a Service-Disabled and Veteran-Owned Company Servicing all Disabled Soldiers,
Sailors, Marines, Airmen Coast Guardsmen, and reserve components in Hawaii,
Las Vegas and Nationwide.
If you were denied your VA Disability Claim in 2019, your time to appeal is running out. The more complicated your VA claim is, the better evidence you're going to need to be successful. The Department of Veterans Affairs law process can be confusing and frustrating, you shouldn't try to navigate it alone. Our military experience is what makes us effective veteran advocates; we began our education in the field, not a law class. The VA Disability Advocate handles VA Disability Appeals in Hawaii, Las Vegas, San Diego and nationally.
(SSG) Albert L. Thombs Jr. is a disabled veteran who served in the United States Army during the Gulf War. He’s a member of the Office of General Council #45147 and a Certified VA Disability Claims Agent Certified by the Department of Veterans. For more than 13 years He’s helped veterans appeal their denied VA disability claims, he will help you identify the weaknesses in your case and make recommendations on how to overcome them.
The VA requires accredited attorneys and claims agents to complete continuing legal education courses to maintain their accreditation. 38 U.S.C. §§ 5901-5902, 5904; 38 C.F.R. § 14.629
What We Do For You
We initiate a development process to investigate the status of your various cases with the VA to determine what has and has not been done to get grounded in your case. Once grounded, we help you identify the weaknesses in your case and make recommendations on how to overcome them.
We help you analyze and develop a strategy to win your benefits in the shortest amount of time.
We challenge the VA’s adversarial conclusions that obstruct your benefits.
We gather all your Military and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Records, to include records from your private doctors.
We apply current case law and precedent court decisions to keep the VA in check in the manner in which they adjudicate your appeal.
We find and correct errors in an earlier decision to get you the earliest possible effective date of your compensation award.