How much does a VA nexus letter cost?
The cost of a VA nexus letter varies across the country. Cost also varies depending on the medical specialty, the nature of the case, and the size of the...Expand
Can I pay for the medical nexus opinion after I win benefits?
This common question speaks to the idea of a contingency fee – meaning charges apply only if the veteran wins benefits. This is a common fee structure...Expand
Can I obtain a VA nexus letter at no charge upfront?
Although there are consulting firms that do charge for medical nexus reports on a contingency fee basis, as noted above, we believe such fee structures are...Expand
Can you recommend lawyers that work with your doctors?
The nation’s leading veterans’ disability lawyers regularly request VA nexus letters from our medical experts. We're not a law firm in any way. We...Expand
How do I obtain a VA nexus letter from your firm?
Once you contact us, learn more about the process, and decide to move forward, we will send a consulting contract for you to sign and collect our agreed-upon...Expand
Service Connection Claims
For service connection claims, doctors require relevant in-service medical records and post-service medical records. In-service medical records help determine...Expand
Increased Rating Claims
For increased rating claims, service treatment records are not as relevant. The relevant records are those records that concern treatment for the time-period...Expand
Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) Claims
Although we are a medical consulting firm, we do have a vocational expert in our network. We may be able to assist you in obtaining a vocational expert report...Expand
How does the nexus letter process work?
Once we obtain the required information from you, our in-house staff will review all the documentation, summarize the evidence, and synthesize the data into a...Expand
Are your medical nexus letters guaranteed to win my VA benefits case?
No. There are never any guarantees.
It is possible that a doctor’s review of the evidence could reveal no scientific basis to establish a 50%...Expand
Why does VA reject private medical opinions?
VE nexus letters from private treating doctors or VA treating doctors are usually insufficient to bring a favorable outcome. These doctors are looking to avoid...Expand
Will your medical consulting firm doctors be my new doctors?
No. Retaining our medical consulting firm does not create a doctor-patient relationship or doctor-patient privilege. We are strictly forensic medical...Expand
How do I obtain a nexus letter from my own doctor?
There are certain steps you can take to potentially increase the chances that your treating doctor would write a report for you.
Make an appointment to...Expand
What if I can't afford a nexus letter, my doctor won’t write one, and I can’t find a veterans’ disability lawyer?
There are certainly some low-cost alternatives. You could venture to do the research yourself, locating the relevant medical treatises, peer-reviewed journal...Expand
What if my claim involves two or more medical specialties? Do you hire separate experts?
Although you can certainly hire an expert for every issue you have on appeal, doing so could become very costly. In these situations, if the conditions involve...Expand
How much do you charge for nexus letters?
Our prices are subject to change, but right now, our flat fees are as follows:
Internal Medicine Reports $1,500 - $1,800 Psychiatry Reports...Expand
How can I get a cheap nexus letter for my VA benefits claim?
Being able to afford a standout VA nexus letter to support your VA disability compensation claim can be challenging. The more specialized a doctor the higher...Expand
What happens if I pay your fee and the doctor says he cannot write a favorable opinion?
As noted above, we cannot guarantee that our experts will be able to provide a favorable opinion. Although our experts are sympathetic and veteran-oriented,...Expand