LEGAL HELP FOR VETERANS
We provide the best legal help for veterans. Bergmann & Moore. LLC. aggressively represents Veterans and their families at the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims…at no cost to the Veteran.
WHY APPEAL TO THE COURT?
The Board of Veterans’ Appeals (BVA) provides Veterans with FIVE options on what to do when you receive a Board denial. In our experience there is only ONE reasonable option—Appeal the BVA decision to the U.S. Court of Appeals to Veterans Claims (CAVC).
Appealing a Board denial to the Court makes sense because:
HOW WE CAN HELP?
For years, you’ve been fighting for disability benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). At Bergmann & Moore, we know you are frustrated at VA’s repeated mistakes and their decisions that don’t make sense. Here’s what we do for you:
We welcome Veterans appealing disability claims for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) pending before CAVC. Veterans with PTSD and military sexual trauma (MST) are treated equally and with the dignity and respect earned from wearing our nation’s military uniform.
Bergmann & Moore welcomes Veterans with appealed claims for individual unemployability (IU) at CAVC. We know VA’s complex rules, and we fight for the highest benefits for you that are available under the law.
“Many thanks to you and all your staff for all your help. I was stunned when you called regarding stress associated with a process such as this and I thought when I answered the phone “How did he know?” So thanks, too, for the reassurance and moral support – I needed it! And I’m working on trying to relax. Thanks again!”
“I initiated a claim with the Veteran Administration in 1975 after receiving 10% service connection for my wrist injury and denied for PTSD. I engaged in the appeals process. I was denied so many times over the years I thought my name had been changed to denial…After 33 years of enduring and quite weary of the pursuit, an attorney agreed to represent me. Glenn Bergmann reviewed the history of my claim and untangled the knots. I received a 12-year retroactive benefit. Bergmann & Moore’s win for me was also a victory for generations of Veterans to come.”
“After being denied by the VA 4 times since 1997, I retained Bergmann & Moore. Upon my initial conversation, I knew I had made the correct decision in retaining this firm when Mr. Moore told me and my wife that our claim was valid and worth pursuing, as he had many years’ experience working for the VA and evaluating claims…I have dealt with law firms and attorneys most of my adult life and I can honestly say, Bergmann & Moore rank as the finest I’ve run across. I would not have won this Award without their professional help–it really is that simple. They are true professionals who are dedicated to helping and assisting Veterans of any age or conflict. If you have a valid claim, contact this law firm immediately. Don’t wait years as I did, and most of all, do NOT attempt to take on the VA system by yourself. You’ll come up short! My wife and family can now enjoy our “Golden Years” together, and it does not get any better than that. Thank you, Mr. Moore & Staff.”
“I had a legitimate claim against the VA but was unable to gain recognition for my disabilities until I evened the playing field by hiring the law firm of Glenn Bergmann and Joseph Moore. Fight fire with fire. The VA has vast resources of legal representation. Therefore, it stands to reason that Veterans should obtain the same quality of counsel – even the playing field. I did and the results were favorable.”
“Thank you so very much for your help! This would have been absolutely impossible without your intervention. As you are well aware, we have been trying for years to battle for our rights. All the others whose job it was to protect our rights accomplished nothing. Thanks again!”
“I can’t thank you enough for taking my case and winning for me. I would recommend you to anyone who needs the best lawyer in the nation. You are such a nice person to talk to. Dealing with the VA is tough. They kept denying me. I’m so grateful for you. I still find it hard to believe.”