Medical Experts

for veteran disability claims

Serving Veterans, Service Officers, & Attorneys since 2015

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF VETERAN ADVOCATES

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICERS

SOUTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION COUNTY VETERAN AFFAIRS OFFICERS

Medical Opinions & Disability Exams

Multiple Specialists

Audiologist

Podiatrist

Psychologist

Physicians

Physician Assistants

Nurse Practitioners

Getting a Medical Opinion

Step 1: Research

do some research. be sure the veteran needs a medical opinion for their claim before getting started. check out our service overview tab for some educational materials

Step 2: Register

register with Valor 4 Vet to start a profile

Step 3: Upload Records

use the checklist and upload necessary documents in the Portal for the Medical Expert to review.  make sure the Medical Expert has everything they need to make a determination. there was a test referenced in the veteran's denial? make sure that test is uploaded

Step 4: Make a Statement

tell your story to the Medical Expert. this is very important. discuss your symptoms or injury and the progression

Step 5: Order a Record Review

order a Record Review in the Portal. select a Medical Expert and specialist to review the uploaded documents to find a relationship to service

Step 6: Review the Report

review the Medical Expert's report. the report has valuable information about the medical evidence in the file. if there is enough evidence for a medical opinion, a nexus letter can be ordered

Step 7: Order the Medical Opinion

the Medical Expert will draft a medical opinion. the report is approved by the veteran/client for accuracy of factual data. once approved, final signatures are placed on the report

Step 8: Send Evidence to VA

the veteran, service officer, or attorney will send in the nexus letter to the VA as evidence

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Our Hard Work Shows

  • I want to thank Valor 4 Vet for helping me get my VA disability completed. I had been working with the VA for years to get this addressed. But after getting the assistance from Valor 4 Vet, I finally was able to get my VA case approved.
    Thank you for everything.

    -Philip H

  • I can not say thank you enough to your Team. I fought these issues for years, and without VALOR 4 VET I would still be fighting! The Nexus Letters were Very well written and helped get me 100% P&T!! KUDOS TO YOU!!!! I recommend VALOR 4 VET to All Veterans fed up and tired of running into DeadEnds

    -Scott W

  • The reports that I received were well beyond my expectations of what an IMO was. They were very detailed and provided a crystal clear picture or the VA

    -Richard S

  • I would like to say thank you to Valor 4 Vet for the thorough and highly professional job you did for me in your examination of my feet, knees and back. It has made a huge difference with my VA claim. I greatly appreciate your service to veterans like me.

    -Lawrence M

  • I am a Service Officer for my American Legion Post and I highly recommend Valor 4 Vet to any veteran needing help in pushing claims/appeal over the goal-line.

    -Ken

Make a Statement

Support your claim or your military buddy’s claim by writing a statement supporting the claim.

Getting a Disability Exam

Mental Health Exam

Step 1: Research

do some research. be sure the veteran needs a mental health exam for their claim before getting started. check out our service overview tab for some educational materials

Step 2: Register

register with Valor 4 Vet to start a profile

Step 3: Upload Records

use the checklist and upload necessary documents in the Portal for the Psychologist to review. the Psychologist will require the most recent C&P examination and the current disability rating

Step 4: Purchase a Mental Health Record Review

our Psychologist will review the veteran's medical records and assure the veteran meets the VA requirements as outlined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

Step 5: Schedule Examination

once approved by the Psychologist, the veteran can schedule an appointment

Step 6: Provide Evidence to VA

the veteran, service officer, or attorney will send in the examination report to the VA as evidence

Musculoskeletal Exam

Step 1: Research

do some research. be sure the veteran needs a musculoskeletal exam for their claim before getting started. check out our service overview tab for some educational materials

Step 2: Register

register with Valor 4 Vet to start a profile

Step 3: Face to Face Exam Request

make a request in the Portal for a face to face examination. a Medical Expert will review the case to assure it has all the necessary information to complete the examination paperwork. once approved, we will notify the veteran regarding an anticipated date and location to be seen in person. 

Step 4: Attend the Appointment

wear appropriate clothing so that the Medical Expert can access the joint being examined.  additional paperwork is not necessary as the documents should be in the file before the appointment. the completion of examination documents will be completed near instantaneously 

Step 5: Provide Evidence to VA

the veteran, service officer, or attorney will send in the examination report to the VA as evidence. Valor 4 Vet will keep a copy on file for when the VA calls to verify the documents

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Educational Reading

Nexus
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Nexus

A “nexus” is a legal term that means connection or link.

That connection or link is vital to vets seeking to make a claim for an injury…

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HOURS

Mon – Fri, 9am – 4pm EST P: 888-448-1011

Valor 4 Vet does not represent veterans for legal claims, does not provide legal advice, and does not provide medical advice.

If you have difficulties navigating the website please call the office at 888-448-1011.

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