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VA Claims Manual
2017 Edition

Don't Get Cheated Out of Hundreds of Thousands of Tax-Free  Dollars Over Your Lifetime!

The Problem:  Garbage In - Garbage Out
File a Bad or Incomplete Claim and You Will Get BAD Results.
The Solution:  The VA Claims Manual

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214 Page E-book with Forms, Tips and Info to Max Your Claim!

Learn what needs to be in your VA Claim, and how to gather the evidence.

This applies whether you file your VA claim yourself or have a Veterans Services Officer (VSO) or attorney do it for you.

Why would you leave the receipt of hundreds of thousands of tax-free dollars totally in the hands of someone else? At least have the knowledge to review their work.

The Veterans Claims Manual shows you step-by-step how to get GOOD results.

Don't delay, download it now.


Why an E-book?

It would be impractical to sell the VA Claims Manual as a physical book, because the book links to hundreds and hundreds of pages of material and forms on various websites that update constantly.  If we tried to include that material in a physical book it would be over 1,000 pages long, you would not be able to fill in the forms on your computer, and it would quickly become obsolete.

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See For Yourself!  Read an Extract of the Book

Read the Table of Contents and the first 16 pages of the 214 page VA Claims Manual.


Remember, No One Cares More About Your Claim Than You Do!

About the Author
Captain David Jacquot, U.S. Army JAG, Retired

Iraq 1991

Could Be Worse!

EDUCATION

  • Bachelor of Science, with High Scholarship, Business Administration, Oregon State University,  1984
  • Juris Doctorate, cum laude, Georgetown University Law Center, 1989
  • LLM (Taxation), Graduate Law Program, University of Washington School of Law, 1996
  • Graduate, Harvard Business School, The General Manager Program 2002


EXPERIENCE

Military.  David served over 9 years as an active duty US Army Officer.  An outstanding military career was tragically cut short due to injuries sustained during DESERT STORM and subsequent surgical complications.  He was medically retired at the rank of Captain. He received numerous awards, including a Bronze Star Medal, for his exceptional performance of duty during combat with the Army's 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Iraq.  

Former Business Attorney.  Upon his retirement from the Army, he opened a private legal practice. 

Currently he is retired and dedicates his time to volunteer management of a Vet Center, and is no longer licensed to practice law.

You Will Learn In the VA Claims Manual:

  • How to maximize your claim and get it processed quickly.
  • Why you should immediately file an "Intent to File" form.
  • The impact of recent legislation and what it means to you in the future.
  • That you are required to prove it is "more likely than not" that your injury/disease was incurred or aggravated in the service.
  • How you can get a medical condition that did not arise in the service to be approved.
  • What the doctors will be looking for and asking you in your Compensation and Pension (C&P) exam.
  • Detailed questionnaires about over 70 conditions that you can use to get input from your doctor.
  • The actual "scorecard" that the VA will use to rate your claim.
  • How you can get a decision on increased compensation in 30 days.
  • What a fully developed claim is and how and when you should file one.
  • How to appeal a final decision, even years later, with a clear and unmistakable error (CUE) claim.
  • How to use the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to get your records from the government.
  • How and where to file a FOIA appeal.
  • Where to get your military records.
  • Where to get unit records.
  • What he Joint Services Records Research Center is and why it is important.
  • How and why to use "Buddy" statements.
  • How to create Declarations Subject to Penalty of Perjury, without a notary.
  • How to get the VA to forward messages to your old comrades.
  • How to prepare your claim form and packet.
  • How to prepare your narrative and why it is so important.
  • Special Section on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), the special forms you need to use, and how the VA scores your claim.
  • Special Section on Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), the special forms you need to use, and how the VA scores your claim.
  • Special Section on Total Disability for Individual Unemployability (TDIU), the special forms you need to use and how the VA scores your claim.
  • Non-public questionnaires for PTSD and TBI that your examiner will use at your C&P exam.
  • What a public Disability Benefits Questionnaire is and why it is important.
  • How and when to file a Notice of Disagreement (NOD) if you get an unfavorable rating.
  • How to choose between a Traditional Review and a Decision Officer Review on appeal.
  • How and when to appeal to the Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA).
  • When and how to appeal to the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC),

PLUS MUCH, MUCH, MORE

Combat Related Special Compensation (CRSC) Guide

You will learn how to file and maximize your CRSC claim, including how to get the necessary records.  All forms needed are included in this 96 page guide. Learn:

  • What Combat Related Special Compensation (CRSC) is and is not.
  • How to maximize your CRSC claim and get it processed as fast as possible.
  • Why a good VA rating is critical to CRSC success.
  • How you can receive CRSC payments and never been in combat.
  • The criteria for retroactive pay.
  • The reductions in CRSC for medical retirees without 20 years of service.
  • How to establish the "nexus" between your VA rating and combat/training.
  • How and where to file a Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) request for your VA claims file.
  • How and where to file FOIA appeals.
  • How to make a request for unit records from the Joint Service Records Reserch Center (JSRRC).
  • How to get the VA to send a letter to witnesses of your injury.
  • Why the narrative part of your claim is critical.
  • How to file a request for reconsideration and when you should do so.
  • How upgrading a discharge to a medical retirement can make you eligible for CRSC.
  • How to obtain needed medical records.
  • Why "Buddy" statements are so important, and how to get them.
  • How to obtain declarations under penalty of perjury without a notary.
  • Why the "Special Dangers" of military service are important.
  • Why a smaller CRSC payment can be more valuable than a larger CRDP payment.
  • How to get your case reviewed by the Board of Correction of Military records.
  • Receive all the forms necessary to do all the above.

PLUS MUCH, MUCH, MORE



Don't Lose Out

You worked too hard and suffered too much to not get what you deserve from your claim.  Don't wait until you get a disappointing denial letter in the mail.  Do your claim/appeal right the first time, and enjoy the financial benefits you earned with your blood, sweat, and pain.

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