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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How 8850 Form Disability

Instructions and Help about How 8850 Form Disability

Hello veterans of America. Our world war one, world war two, world war three, world war four heroes, whatever you want to call it, I'm here to assist with filing for VA disability claims. Now, I'm not going to go into all my credentials other than I was a former veterans benefits disability counselor and I also worked a lot with widows. Being the child of a Vietnam veteran, the wife of a veteran, the granddaughter of a World War one hero, and so forth and so on, I think it kind of gives me a little bit more of a view of what veterans go through and I also understand your irritation with the Department of Veteran Affairs because having dealt with the paperwork and the legalities with the Department of Veteran Affairs, I'm very well aware of how much irritation that you have and why you don't get your decisions in a timely manner. I will try or attempt to explain that as we go on and I show you or tell you or assist you in trying to file a disability claim. The first thing that I need to make you aware of is if you have a county veteran service officer in your area, by all means, contact them. They are supposed to be trained in VA law. If you have no resources in the county, in some states, they do not have that. Unfortunately, you have to deal directly with the Department of Veteran Affairs. Normally, they do have someone who will assist you if you need outside assistance. I will urge you to contact your local VFW, DAV, and Vets Paralyzed Veterans of America. They do veterans disability claims. You do not have to be a paralyzed veteran for that to occur. If you...