VA Accredited Claims Attorney
What is an accredited representative?
“An accredited representative is an individual who has undergone a formal application and training process and is recognized by VA as being capable of assisting claimants with their affairs before VA.” – U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Per the VA: “the purpose of VA’s accreditation program is to ensure that claimants for VA benefits receive qualified assistance in preparing and presenting their claims.”
The accreditation process includes an examination, a background investigation, and continuing education requirements to ensure the most up-to-date information is being provided to those seeking VA benefits.
Jim Washington, PC
- President, Veteran Advocacy Network (VAN)
- Practicing Attorney
- Accredited Agent/Attorney