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Denied - Starting Appeals Process



I started a claim approximately 1 year ago. It was denied, which I expected, because I am still collecting evidence. I have been doing a lot of research, and learned a lot over the past year, but I think I am going to use an attorney to start my NOD/appeals process. I live in Georgia, and my claim is through the Atlanta Regional Office. Can someone recommend a good, experienced attorney. I live in Southeast Georgia, but can travel.

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Sorry to hear your claim was denied.

Most lawyers nowadays don't need to be physically located in your geographic area, Because they can do everything over the phone or email and fax.

Just do a Google search for "veterans disability lawyers" and then call a few of them and see who you like.

Of course, Bergmann & Moore are great from what I hear.

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