Frequently Asked Questions
VetComm was created to help the Veterans of the US Military get the disability compensation they deserve.
Founded by a USMC Veteran, we know how hard it can be to navigate the Benefits system.
Many Veterans get partway through the process and give up. We have built you a foolproof course that walks you step by step on how to get your rating.
We figured out that paying a Law Firm all that money for your initial rating just doesn’t make sense.
They do great work, use them for your final last 10-20%.
Use VetComm if you are just getting rated for the first time or haven’t been re-evaluated in years.
YES! The courses were developed over the years by helping Veterans one at a time until we landed on the perfect formula.
This course doesn’t just teach you what to do, it actually walks you through the process, click by click.
Most Veterans get above 50% on their first try using our unique system.
See what other Veterans say about our Get Rated Courses in the Testimonial and Interview Sections that made getting rated much easier and was 100% worth it.
The Short answer is YES. However, just because “you can”, doesn’t mean that you should.
Here’s why- The eBenefits system can be difficult to navigate, where do you click, what do you need to have prepared, what are all the possible pitfalls?
The Veterans we have already served with this course would say, “definitely do not try and go it alone”.
You deserve your highest possible rating and we know that our proven system will get you the results you need.
If you were denied compensation before, you may be thinking, “well they already told me no, so what is different now that will make it possible”?
Here’s what you need to know, many Veterans get denied every day for various reasons.
It is typically due to lack of preparation and not knowing what to say to get the result you want.
We have helped many Veterans who were previously denied, get rated!
There are many reasons you may have been told you were not eligible.
Could be a lack of time on active duty, the type of discharge, or possibly that you didn’t get that injury in service and they couldn’t find the documentation in your file.
Things have really changed and now there is a third party for the most part that handles the rating appointments.
As a result, they tend to be more lenient when it comes to tying your disability to your service.
The course could be done in a day and your initial rating submitted, but this is the fast part.
Maybe in the service, you heard this fun saying, “hurry up and wait”.
Well, once submitted you will wait possibly a month or two for the VA or their 3rd party practitioner to reach out to schedule your first appointment.
You will be scheduled for a visit for each disability you claimed.
Once your appointments have been done, it takes one to 3 months to get your final rating.
Also, you could get rated and re-rated a few times as your visits stack up.
They will send you mail in reference to your results, and they will back pay you the day you made your claim.
BOTTOMLINE: Every Day You Wait is Another Day You are Not Compensated. Make Your Claim, Get Rated Now!
You need to simply subscribe to the course, we have given you a course series, a workbook to use, and a library of disabilities to figure out what you could claim.
The first step is to stop waiting and jump in. We know that we can help you “Get Rated Now”!