U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Accredited Claims Agent
-- Kevin Janey --
Last update: 11/20/2022
Have you ever wanted to file a claim for disability compensation or pension, file for an increase in evaluation because your disability, or disabilities, have gotten worse, re-open a previously denied claim, received a decision on a claim you filed but do not understand what that decision means, or you think the decision is wrong and want to appeal that decision with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs? If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions, then you have come to the right place for help.
I am an accredited claims agent accredited by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' Office of the General Counsel to assist and represent veterans and claimants with their claims before VA pursuant 38 C.F.R. §14.629. I know how the VA claims system works and what evidence is needed to be successful with one's claim for benefits.
I am a volunteer and donate my time when I represent a veteran for VA. There is no fee that is payable during representation! Pursuant 38 C.F.R. §14.636 it is actually a Federal offence to charge a veteran while assisting/representing them before VA unless the agency of orginal jurisdiction has made their initial decision. Only after the agency of orginal jurisdiction has made their initial decision, can accredited claims agents and accredited attorneys charge a fee. After the agency of original jurisdiction has made thier initial determination, I generally do not charge a fee either!
Contact me for assistance with your claim or appeal from anywhere in the world. The best way to contact me is either via email, Skype or Whatsapp. Don't let your place of residency discourage you from getting the help you need concerning the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.