The updated educational service shows veterans how to put together a complete and accurate claim. Veterans are provided with access to the agency’s proprietary resources, including medical professionals, disability evaluations, independent medical opinions, and more.
This updated educational service shows veterans how to put together an accurate, complete, and fully developed claim. Veterans are provided with access to the agency’s proprietary resources, including medical professionals, VA accredited attorneys, disability evaluations, Nexus letters & Independent Medical Opinions, group coaching, along with 1:1 personal coaching, and much, much more.
More details can be found at: https://vdcbootcamp.com
of the armed forces often feel undervalued by the wider community, something that is only exacerbated by the difficulties faced when filing a disability claim. VDC Bootcamp’s newly announced services aim to address many of these concerns and will improve the chances of a successful claim.
A significant number of veteran claims are denied each year. According to the non-government website, benefits.com, some of the common reasons for a claim being denied include a lack of medical evidence, non-acceptance of doctors’ certificates, incomplete information, and use of incorrect forms.
VDC Bootcamp has recognized that many of these issues can be prevented. The company’s enhanced services ensure that appropriate evidence is collected from qualified medical practitioners and in-house coaches now provide guidance on the preparation and filing of documents.
Signing up for the services does not have any associated fee. In addition, VDC Bootcamp is now offering a complimentary consultation to discuss eligibility for benefits. Following an initial discovery call, veterans will be assigned a personal coach who remains their point of contact throughout the process.
Further stages may include gathering medical evidence, form completion, claim submission, and compensation & pension exam preparation.
About VDC Bootcamp
A faith-based educational group, VDC Bootcamp was established to provide support, as well as to teach veterans more about the claim process. The agency’s veteran disability coaches work closely with veterans throughout, ensuring they are updated at each stage. The company also assists with appeal processes for claims that have been denied.
One veteran recently stated: “VDC Bootcamp truly made sure I was set for success and saved me so much time vs going to a VSO or doing it myself. Getting a 1:1 coach to make sure I got my stuff done kept me accountable. If you or anyone needs help with their VA disability claim, check out their site. I promise it will make a huge difference.”
Interested parties can learn more by visiting: https://vdcbootcamp.com
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