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Gail Gray

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Who Are We?

Gail Gray, MPAS, PA-C, is the founder and principal medical officer of Veterans Voice USA, having seen a significant need for effective, independent medical evaluations associated with veteran related disabilities.

Ms. Gray has evaluated veterans for service related disabilities since 2015. She is proficient in the completion of DBQ (disability benefits questionnaires) and in writing medical nexus statements. Additionally, she has performed detailed examinations for compensation and pension evaluations.

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We do nexus statements right.

In order for any VA disability claim for direct service connection to be successful, three main elements must be present: 

(1) a current, diagnosed condition;
(2) an in-service event, injury, or illness; and
(3) a medical nexus linking the current, diagnosed condition to the in-service event, injury, or illness; often through nexus letters.

Providing a medical nexus is often the most difficult part of this process, as it ties a veteran’s claim for service connection together. 

Sometimes, the VA will schedule veterans for a Compensation & Pension (C&P) examination in order for a VA examiner to determine if there is a link between the veteran’s condition and their military service. However, a veteran can fulfill this requirement independently by having medical professionals write nexus letters in support of their claim.

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About Disability Benefits

Disability Compensation is a tax-free monetary benefit paid to Veterans with disabilities that are the result of a disease or injury incurred or aggravated during active military service.

Compensation may also be paid for post-service disabilities that are considered related or secondary to disabilities occurring in service and for disabilities presumed to be related to circumstances of military service, even though they may arise after service.

Generally, the degrees of disability specified are also designed to compensate for considerable loss of working time from exacerbations or illnesses.

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What Our Clients Say…

“As a combat veteran I, like many others, are plagued with Agent Orange related diseases, and various other service-related conditions. I have ischemic heart disease and in 2012, open heart surgery.  A Veterans Voice USA disability claims consultant helped me navigate the myriad claim forms necessary to open a new claim and increase my benefits.  But their services go beyond claim forms.  You can request an attorney, claims agent, or VSO rep on the VA web site, but the Veterans Voice USA claims consultant goes way beyond the web site services provided by asking intuitive questions, that years of training and helping other veterans, will lead to the maximum benefits to which you are entitled.  I highly recommend Veterans Voice USA.  Get the maximum benefits you deserve.”

Jesse Valdez, E6
Combat Veteran

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