At REE Medical, we are passionate about taking care of our veterans and are dedicated to ensuring that each veteran we work with receives the disability rating they deserve. Veterans are our number one priority in everything we do and our entire team is highly trained and fully dedicated to serving those who served.
We provide an expedited service by helping veterans navigate the complex VA disabilities benefit process to increase their overall disability rating. We offer thorough medical assessments along with accurate and detailed completions of Disability Benefit Questionnaires for many service-connected disabilities. Additionally, we also offer Nexus Letters, which support veterans seeking initial service-connection.
After submitting your online inquiry, one of our REE associates will call you directly to review your service-connected disabilities. We will determine if our service is the correct fit for your claim or we will suggest other methods that may better suit your needs.
If you are inquiring about a Nexus Letter, one of our associates will evaluate your records to see if a Nexus letter is appropriate for you.
If you elect to use our service, we will schedule an appointment for you to speak with a medical provider. The medical provider will review your service-connected disabilities, perform the necessary exams, and handle all of your Disability Benefits Questionnaires (DBQ’s). REE Medical is dedicated to providing accurate, thorough medical assessments and we take the time that is needed to ensure that each veteran’s unique disability is properly documented. When you choose a REE Medical physician, your case will be managed with expert attention and care. Your DBQ’s will be handled by a doctor who is on your side.
We will then return your completed DBQ(s) along with helpful and detailed instructions for submitting your claim to the VA. The VA will then review your claim and award you a higher disability rating if warranted.
We will review your case, your past applications, and your current disability rating to determine if you could be missing out on benefits you deserve. We will also answer any questions you have about what REE Medical can do to increase your rating.
Disclaimer: Results are not guaranteed and REE Medical makes no promises. REE Medical’s staff does not provide medical advice or legal advice and REE Medical is not a law firm. Any information discussed such as, but not limited to; likely chance of an increase or service connection, estimated benefit amounts, potential new ratings, is solely based on past client generalizations and not specific to any one patient. The doctor has the right to reject and/or refuse to complete a Veteran’s DBQ and/or Nexus Letter if he/she feels the Veteran is not being truthful. The Veteran’s Administration is the only agency that can make a determination, in regards to whether or not a Veteran will receive an increase in their service-connected disabilities or make a decision on whether or not a disability will be considered service connected