What is a Nexus Letter?
This is what we do!
A nexus letter is a professional opinion as to why and how your claim can be linked to your service. This means that we review your in-service records and relevant medical documentation to find evidence that either your injury is directly from service or that it is a secondary condition that has developed from a previous service-connected disability. We will scour your medical records and if we are able to make a link we will provide an opinion backed with medical journals authority and VA Appeals decisions.
We will work to make sure that your Nexus Letter has the best chance of you having a successful claim. However, we can not guarantee a successful claim.
The first step for a Nexus Letter is submission of your records. Please submit a copy of all your medical records and VA rating decisions you have in your possession. If you don’t have the full decision, then please provide a statement as to what amount you are rated for each condition. We may ask for additional documentation later. We will then need payment for the records review. We charge a non-refundable $150 to review records. This is on a first-come first serve basis. However, if you are coming up on a deadline we can discuss an expedited review.
Nexus LetterAfter reviewing your documentation and current claim, we will let you know if we can proceed with a supporting Nexus Letter. If we are able to support your claim and you wish to move forward, we will begin writing your Nexus Letter upon payment. We charge a fixed amount per claim. We do separate letters for each condition as we find that it is less confusing. Most letters are 2-3 pages in length as this is succinct and doesn’t require the evaluator to read several pages at one time.
Upon full payment, we will then release you the Nexus Letter. Again, these are on a first-come first-serve basis but if you are against a deadline, we can do an expedited service but this service requires an additional fee.
The Nexus Letter is a medical opinion based upon a review of your medical records. We do not provide any treatment or exams and therefore, we can not diagnose you with any condition.