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Veterans Disability Appeals:

The Veterans Benefits system within the Department of Veterans Affairs is extremely complex and difficult to navigate. Once a disabled veteran has exhausted their appeal rights within the Department of Veterans Affairs and has received an unfavorable final decision from the Board of Veterans Appeals, the only recourse is to file an appeal in Federal Court with the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims within 120 days from the date of the Board decision. If an appeal is not filed than the decision of the Board stands.

Attorney Just has extensive experience practicing before the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. He has served as lead attorney in over 800 appeals before the Court and has appeared in over 1,000 cases.

 

If you have been issued a final decision from the Board of Veterans Appeals at the Department of Veterans Affairs an appeal may be warranted.

Were you denied entitlement to service connection?
Were you denied an increased rating for a disability that is already service connected?
Were you awarded an increased rating for a particular disability but feel that a higher rating may be warranted?

If you have received a decision from the Board of Veterans Appeals at the Department of Veterans Affairs contact Attorney Just immediately for a free case evaluation. Attorney Just will personally review your case and help you determine whether an appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims is warranted. If an appeal is filed on your behalf, Attorney Just will personally handle your case.

Legal representation by Attorney Just before the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, if undertaken, will be AT NO COST TO YOU. Attorney Just does not charge veterans directly for costs of representation before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. If and only if Attorney Just is successful before the Court he will petition the Court for his attorney fees to be paid by the government via the Equal Access to Justice Act, 28 U.S.C. § 2412.

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Michael S. Just, Esq.

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