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Finding an Attorney Who Stays Up-to-Date and Can Represent Your Interests

Was your VA claim denied? Are you looking for a veterans benefits attorney who can represent you and your interests? If so, you should write down a few questions you want to ask the attorney prior to hiring them. Remember, any attorney could theoretically help you with your VA claim. However, you want a veteran’s benefits attorney who will be able to help you get the results you need.

One of the questions you may consider asking an attorney before hiring them is if they are VA accredited. You will also want to know how long they have been practicing and how much of their time they spend practicing VA law. This will give you a feel for their experience and their ability to handle your case.

Ask the attorney about the last time they received veterans launch training. You want your lawyer to have up-to-date training and information. Next, find out if they will be able to represent you all the way through to your appeal. In order to do this, your attorney must be admitted to practice before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.

NOVA attorneys are experienced in working with VA cases. They can practice before the US Court of Veteran Appeals. Attorneys who receive annual training are kept up to date with current laws and current issues that are facing veterans. This is helpful in getting the best outcome in your case.

Learn how our team at Jackson & MacNichol Law Offices is proud to fight for the rights of veterans throughout the United States by visiting our website.

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