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We have over 90 years of combined experience navigating the waters of the VA and we're confident that we'll get you a result you're happy with. We've helped thousands of satisfied clients get the va disability benefits they're entitled to.
Our claims advocates know the most common errors made by the VA. We understand how the VA works and this helps you get the fastest result possible.
Our goal is to get you the highest VA disability rating possible and we've done this for many veterans.
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We offer the best representation in VA disability benefits nationwide. In other words, we help veterans get the compensation they’re entitled to.
While you can visit us in our Conroe TX office, most of our work is done remotely. If necessary, we will travel to join you for hearings and such. With our remote access to the VA’s case management system and by extension your virtual VA claims folder, we can do the work remotely. This means you can get our help without ever leaving the comfort of your home.
If you are having a hard time with the VA securing the service related disability compensation benefits you earned through your service, then you’ve found an experienced skilled advocate service. We have over 90+ years of combined experience with a proven track record for results.
Browse through the testimonials, check out the frequently asked questions, read through the eligibility for service related compensation or review the appeals process to learn more. If you need help with your VA claim or appeal, submit a request for consult and we’ll be in touch.Thank you for your service and for visiting our website.
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There’s a reason our clients are satisfied, and that reason is that we work tirelessly to bring you the best representation for veterans from every angle. We’ve worked with thousands of veterans to bring them the benefits that they deserve. So join the family, you won’t regret it.
Thanks again Gump!
I was diagnosed with bladder cancer in July 2000. I was operated on shortly thereafter for cancer tumors.
I took sick leave and used vacation pay at the Postal Service through 2001. During this time, there were more cancer surgeries. There were BCG treatments and several operations to try to stop the tumors. In October 2002 I had to have the removal of my bladder, prostate and some small intestine. Many rounds of chemotherapy followed. I did not plan to retire, however I could not support my wife and family on no pay and having to buy my health care benefits in full from the USPS.
I was retired from December 2001 – April 2006 and went to work for the Town of Watertown, as the Deputy Fire Marshal.
After reading over the award decision, I don’t understand why the VA did not go back to when I was first diagnosed with cancer in 2000. The award only went back to August 2005. I realize there is much I do not understand how the VA arrives at the decisions they do, this is not to be taken as disappointment in what you and Allen have accomplished. My gratitude is overwhelming.
My present evaluation is 90% based on 60% for loss of a major organ, 10% for tinnitus, 70% for PTSD, I believe these are correct. In the near future, I was told that I will need reconstructive surgery for reposition of the stoma.
Thank you once again for the help and also for being there when I needed you.
Should you need to contact me, (203) 509 1790 is the best number to use.
Upon contacting Gump's Legal I was hesitant from starting another system to get my VA disability (ies) approved.
Angel Bolen is my intake specialist and walked me through the process. Stayed with me one the phone as I messed up many forms and corrected my errors (thank God the internet doesn't show white out). I was assigned a case manager, Victoria Taylor, an attorney, Candace Bennett, and a new outlook on "how to" process VA claims. Next is my case manager, Victoria Taylor walking me the follow up from intake, reviewing documents, asking questions and completing more forms. My verbiage, we didn't have to wait for me to type the responses. We'd still be waiting for the keyboard to cool down from me "TAPPING" the keys (LOL).
My initial contact with my attorney was scheduled within 60 days of initial contact, however due to circumstances out of our control we rescheduled for 60 days later (now 4 months from initial contact. CAndace Bennett changed my perspective on how I viewed the process and brought me in-line with how the VA processors view the process. Within 20 days of phone contact with my attorney, I had two C&P exams to attend, 60 days from initial contact with my attorney the portion of claims input & processed have been approved.
We are still in process with the last portion of claims, however this is good. We are moving forward one step at a time and I have been in for two more C&P exams which came out favorable for me according to the examiners. We are just waiting for the VA to process and return their findings.
I have recommended Gump's Legal to friends and would highly recommend Gumps Legal to veterans struggling to get their disabilities approved through the VA.
Thank you Gump's Legal.