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Veterans Benefit Claims
With over a 90% favorable record, Fortis Law, PLC is your best option in receiving benefits compensation.
Fortis Law has successfully represented hundreds of disabled veterans from all over the country before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
Once retained, Fortis Law will handle every step of your appeal for you, from filing documents, drafting briefs to researching relevant VA law that could be the determining factor for your claim to succeed.
At this point the VA has attorneys representing their side of the case, so you should have legal representation fighting for what you deserve.
We are dedicated to providing top notch legal services to disabled veterans who have made endless sacrifices to protect our country. If the Board has denied your claim(s), contact us now at or call 800-461-9746.
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