American Veteran Consulting is a Veteran operated company dedicated to serving those who have served. Many Veterans are unaware of the VA disability benefits they are entitled to after they retire or are simply unfamiliar with the VA claim process.
Our team is committed to providing you with generalized guidance throughout your entire VA claim process. We ensure your claim is filed correctly the FIRST time to guarantee you receive the maximum amount of compensation for your condition.
We are truly dedicated to helping our clients achieve the best possible result on their VA disability claims.
Our team has years of experience helping thousands of Veterans get the benefits they deserve.
Many of our consultants are Veterans or family members of Veterans who devote their lives to improving your quality of life.
Discover our streamlined process and what to expect during a review of your service-connected disabilities.
Our team will thoroughly examine your conditions and medical records, offering guidance on any additional documentation required.
Receive expert assistance and advice for the remaining steps of your VA claim journey.
A recent study by the Inspector General showed
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VA disability benefits are a monthly tax-free payment to Veterans injured or contracted an illness while on active duty or if their active service worsened an existing condition. These benefits are provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and are meant to compensate for disabilities connected to military service.
A service-connected disability refers to an illness or injury that was incurred or aggravated during active military service. This doesn't necessarily mean that the disability happened while in combat; it can also be due to any activity during service, whether it was training, duty, or any other military-related task. The VA determines whether a disability is service-connected based on evidence, such as military records, medical exams, and statements.
A "first-time filer" (FTF) is a term used to describe a Veteran who is applying for VA disability benefits for the first time. This could be a newly discharged service member or a long-term Veteran who has recently decided to pursue benefits for disabilities related to their service.
A disability rating is a percentage the VA assigns to quantify the severity of a Veteran's service-connected disability. The rating system ranges from 0% to 100%, in increments of 10, and reflects how much the disability decreases the Veteran's overall health and ability to function. This rating then determines the amount of compensation a Veteran will receive. A higher percentage indicates a more severe disability, resulting in higher monthly compensation.
To get started, you'll need access to your VA.GOV or My Healthevet account — If you don't have either, don't worry; we can guide you through activating your account. The next step is to contact our team by calling or filling out the form, and our team will guide you through the rest.