June 22, 2021 – A veteran’s VA disability rating is determined by the Department of Veteran’s Affairs once a service member has transitioned from the military. On their own having this rating increased can be extremely difficult, like most things VA-related. Considering the tremendous impact this has on a veteran’s lifestyle, and their future, turning to professional help can be the wisest of decisions. 360 Veteran, a firm dedicated to helping veterans transition from the service with purpose, dignity, and ease, have won the reputation of often being able to help. Building off this success, 360 Veteran recently announced they have expanded their coverage area and can now help veterans nationwide. This news has been met with enthusiasm.
“We help veterans increase their current VA disability rating;” commented Steven Crane, Founder & Chief Engagement Officer of 360 Veteran who is also a 100% P&T Disabled USMC Veteran. “We as veterans have given so much to this country – we are not entitled to anything…we have earned everything!”
Importantly, Mr. Crane says veterans should never accept the first offer from the VA, and that in his deep experience, veterans almost always leave money on the table. Especially, if a veteran is not working with a professional to get the best results possible.
According to 360 Veteran, they offer access to a national network of medical providers who are ready to serve clients – all at an incredibly low one-time fee, with flexible payment options, and a solid fee that does not charge based on any disability benefit increase.
Client feedback for 360 Veteran continues to be passionate across the board.
Janet P., from Florida, recently said “I’ve been trying for 7 years to get an increase on my VA disability ratings. Steven, and his group worked a miracle in 4 months. Thank you so much for your expertise!!”
If you are a veteran who has a service-connected disability, do not have a current open claim, is not currently undergoing an appeal, and is ready to finally get some assistance increasing your current disability rating, be sure to contact 360 Veteran today.
For more information be sure to visit https://the360veteran.com.