As a disabled veteran, I have firsthand knowledge of the complex rules and regulations at the Veterans Administration. I know that the application process for disability benefits can become overwhelming, to say the least. I also know that the process can cause veterans to feel disheartened.
Since retiring from the military, after serving twenty-one years, and teaching for ten years at the Military Academy, I decided that it would be a privilege for me to serve as an advocate for my fellow disabled veterans.
Our nation’s veterans and their families deservedly need to be represented throughout the claims process with, not only required expertise, but also compassion. Veterans have justly earned our nation’s respect. I think they should be given the “red carpet” treatment throughout the claims process – and not have to go through all the “red tape” at the VA.
It is not just my job but my duty to ensure that disabled veterans and their families receive the very best claims representation possible. It’s a worthy cause and an honor for me to represent them as an Alpha Advocate. – Stephen
Note: All representation coordinated by Alpha is provided by our employees, the Advocates, who are accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). No private organization that trains and employs accredited agents has been legally recognized by the VA for the purposes of preparation, presentation, and prosecution of claims. This work must be done by the Advocates themselves and not organizations.