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To all veterans that have a disability. When applying for it don't give up. Apply and apply for it. There is all kinds of organzations that will help you get it.

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IM42Golf wrote:
What exactly are the steps towards becoming a VA accredited claims agent? Just curious. Thanks if you can help.

A.S. 'Pete' Madere
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Start Here -
VA.gov - Office of General Counsel - Accreditation
There is a FAQ on the linked page.
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What exactly are the steps towards becoming a VA accredited claims agent? Just curious. Thanks if you can help.

A.S. 'Pete' Madere
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I might want to talk to you. I know i need to. I feel that i'm owed money, I should have never received 

o% disability for having a metal plate, (Brace) and 9 screws in my ankle, and 0 % for my back.

I am receiving benifits as we speak, but not 100%.

 

Greg Bundy, I just now, 10/5/17, 10:35am, joined AARP.

Have a blessed day

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Senior Veterans benefits

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I became a VA accredited claims agent in 2013. I had lost my job and wasn't able to obtain a job, I feel, because of my age of 61. Anyway, God closed that door and opened this one. I can educate, prepare and assist with claims for benefits nationwide, such as non service connected pension. This is my my current and very rewarding career. I'm loving it. AND I just began operations as a new non profit corporation catering to vets and their families. Praise God!!

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