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Brendan Garcia is my attorney for all my VA claims & issues at present and will be always in the future. I Started with a DAV representative, totally useless, then had about 7 different appointments with different so called attorneys that claim that they can handle VA issues. Unbelievably, they were also useless and unfamiliar with VA procedure, it was evident. Not to mention about dozen that I called and never had a reply. Finally, one attorney before Mr. Garcia was a former Veteran, had to fire him, he never communicated, wasn’t prepared and almost lost the appointment date for a RO hearin
I processed my VA Agent Orange appeal for over 4 years and could not get satisfaction out of the bureaucratic maze. I then contacted Brendan Garcia, who is a former Marine and has, in the past, worked as an attorney for the VA. He knows the ins and outs of the “system ” and has been able to get my appeal through the proper channels which has resulted in my being awarded 100% disability. He kept me informed during the entire process, was easy to work with and has lots of empathy for aging disabled veterans. I feel very fortunate to have found and hired Mr. Garcia.
Being a veteran and choosing to take on the big government beauocracy alone can be a perilous endever. Years ago the rules changed after decades that veterans could not be represented by professional legal counsel. It’s like the system was stacked against us veterans who needed to be saavey enough to win claims against the madness that is the Veterans Benefit Administration (VHA). I know, because I was up to my neck in getting my claims honored. One day after being denied yet once again, I just said enough going it alone or working with Veterans Servoce Organization (VSO) who seem to have left
I have a VA claim that has history going back 50 years. On sending Brendan a quick synopsis of the claim he phoned me very shortly after receiving my information. He without any promises said he would be interested in pursuing my situation. I gathered up a very lengthy file that required a notice to the VA as to whether I would be entering an appeal; Brendan locked in that appeal. What impressed be is his professional interest in an extremely difficult case that will involve many , many hours of research on his part. His agreement (professional feed) over this agreement was very fair –no
I would like to take a few moments to tell you something extremely important. To all DISABLED VETERANS: I realized after years of quiet requests on my own and even with help from V.S.O. Officers, I was going nowhere with the VA. I am a service connected vet from Lebanon ’82/’83. My situation was a no brainier. I had continued to work 34 years in great pain, as not to burden tax payers. I had asked politely for modest pension increases multiple times, to no avail. I saw an add online for Veterans Law Firm. This is when I called Brendan Garcia. He took my call personally, looked up my record fro..