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VA Attorney Matthew Greig Explains
Appeals Pending before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims

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In this video, Matthew Greig—a veteran, attorney, and partner at WHG—discusses the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and its process.

The Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims is a federal court that reviews VA board decisions for legal and factual errors but does not decide claims or grant increased ratings.

The process at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims is adversarial, meaning the VA will appoint an attorney to argue that the board made no errors.

To increase your chances of success, it’s crucial to have an attorney like Matthew, who is knowledgeable about the court and familiar with the types of errors made by the VA board.

Matthew’s background and experience include being a JAG officer in the US Army, with service in Iraq and Afghanistan. He also defended the Army in federal court during his last tour in D.C.

Upon returning home, he joined a multinational law firm, representing clients in federal appellate courts across the country. He has handled hundreds of appeals at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.

Matthew, along with associate Paige Barrett, a Navy veteran, focuses almost exclusively on cases pending before this court. Their representation comes at no cost to you. If they succeed in the appeal, the VA pays their attorney fee. If they are not successful, you are not billed for their time.

Matthew and his team can immediately take over the handling of your case, so contact him below by calling Werner, Hoffman, Greig & Garcia or filling at the form.

In this video, Matthew Greig—a veteran, attorney, and partner at WHG—discusses the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and its process.

The Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims is a federal court that reviews VA board decisions for legal and factual errors but does not decide claims or grant increased ratings.

The process at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims is adversarial, meaning the VA will appoint an attorney to argue that the board made no errors.

To increase your chances of success, it’s crucial to have an attorney like Matthew, who is knowledgeable about the court and familiar with the types of errors made by the VA board.

Matthew’s background and experience include being a JAG officer in the US Army, with service in Iraq and Afghanistan. He also defended the Army in federal court during his last tour in D.C.

Upon returning home, he joined a multinational law firm, representing clients in federal appellate courts across the country. He has handled hundreds of appeals at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.

Matthew, along with associate Paige Barrett, a Navy veteran, focuses almost exclusively on cases pending before this court. Their representation comes at no cost to you. If they succeed in the appeal, the VA pays their attorney fee. If they are not successful, you are not billed for their time.

Matthew and his team can immediately take over the handling of your case, so contact him below by calling Werner, Hoffman, Greig & Garcia or filling at the form.

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