Representing Veterans Nationwide

Experienced Counsel in a Complex Benefits System

McCabe & Mack knows that the Veterans benefits appeals system can be complicated, frustrating, and time consuming. That is why McCabe & Mack seeks to alleviate that burden for Veterans and their families, providing experienced, empathetic, and effective representation.

McCabe & Mack’s Veterans benefits appeals practice focuses on representing Veterans, and their dependents, before the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC). Our attorney, James Nelson, has a singular understanding of how to achieve favorable results for Veterans based on years of experience working from within the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits system and personally managing over 250 appeals before CAVC and hundreds of Veteran benefits claims at the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (Board).

McCabe & Mack has the experience to successfully represent Veterans in all manner of appeals, including:

  • Service Connection (direct & secondary)
  • Increased Disability Ratings
  • Agent Orange and Burn Pit Exposure
  • PACT Act - The Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics Act of 2022
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Military Sexual Trauma (MST)
  • Total Disability Ratings (TDIU)
  • Camp Lejeune Contaminated Water (CLCW)
  • Earlier Effective Date
  • Special Monthly Compensation (SMC)
  • Legacy and Appeals Modernization Act (AMA) Appeals
  • Dependency and Indemnity Claims (DIC)
  • Cause of Death 

Veterans have 120-days from the date of mailing of their Board decision to file an appeal to CAVC, so do not hesitate to contact McCabe & Mack today for a free consultation.

Legal Fees

Veterans with a net worth of less than two million dollars ($2,000,000) can qualify to have all of their legal fees paid by the Department of Veterans Affairs, meaning there is no charge to the Veteran or their dependents. 




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