ICLE | Veterans Benefits and Claims: A Practical Approach
Veterans Benefits and Claims: A Practical Approach
11/07/19 Plymouth | On-Demand Seminar | CLE: 3.25 | Level: Basic/Intermediate

Confidently Tackle the Claims Administration Process

The Department of Veterans Affairs is tough to navigate. From the initial filing of a claim to appellate review, experts walk you through the types of claims commonly requiring a lawyer’s assistance. Walk away with everything you need to know about the new appeals process and more. This seminar fulfills all VA CLE requirements.*

You Will Be Able to:

  • Advise veterans on general eligibility requirements
  • Secure disability compensation, dependency and indemnity compensation, and pension
  • Appeal a denial of benefits through the new process
  • Explore long-term care options for veterans in Michigan
  • Accreditation: For lawyers to assist veterans with claims for VA benefits, lawyers must be accredited.*
Available Formats
*Lawyers must be accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to assist with VA benefit claims. If you are not already accredited, you must submit Form 21a and receive notification from the VA that you are accredited prior to the seminar. This can take 60 to 120 days. Once accredited, this seminar can count toward your required three-hour VA CLEs.