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Request a Review of your BVA Decision from Chris Attig

Whether the BVA denied your appeal or remanded it to the Regional Office, Attig | Steel would like to review your BVA Decision to see if it is wrong.

Request a Review of your BVA Decision from Chris Attig

Whether the BVA denied your appeal or remanded it to the Regional Office, Attig | Steel would like to review your BVA Decision to see if it is wrong.
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    If you are unable to upload the entire BVA Decision as a single PDF file, please fax it to (214) 741-2337.

Recent Cases

This case involves a veteran’s appeal to the BVA seeking service connection for arthritis.  The veteran served in the US Air Force from 2005 to 2006. He injured his knee and other parts of his body when required to move heavy appliances into a… Read More
Attorney Chris Attig has been working with this veteran’s survivor for half a decade to get her DIC and survivor’s accrued benefits properly awarded.  The veteran was a 3 decade military veteran, who fought not only in Thailand during th… Read More
  This case involves the BVA’s rating of a veteran’s service connected knee injury and a BVA credibility finding; our client appealed the BVA’s decision to the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claim (CAVC). The appeal was res… Read More

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VA Form 21 Blog

Nov
26
Today’s video starts off with an overview of a recent precedential decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims in the case of Moody v. Wilkie, Cause No. 16-1707. Click here to read the CAVC’s panel decision in Moody v. Wi… Read More
Nov
15
What is the Deep Issue in the Case? 38 U.S.C. §7107(b) (2012) requires “[t]he Board shall decide any appeal only after affording the appellant an opportunity for a hearing.”  On remand from the Veterans Court, the veteran asked for a new BVA he… Read More

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