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Launch of new book on Amazon stores worldwide gives veterans new hope when filing VA claims
TAMPA, FL – LawyersAndSettlements.com calls the first edition “the best ever DIY book on filing a veteran’s disability claim.” Adagio Press recently published the second edition of a first-of-its-kind book by Jon Macintosh: VA Disability Claim, currently available in paperback from all Amazon stores worldwide, and as an ebook directly from the publisher and the author, VADisabilityClaimBook.com. VA Disability Claim is the only self-help book for active-duty personnel and veterans in the marketplace, detailing all the necessary steps to successfully submit a VA disability claim and appeal online via computer or offline by hand.
FROM THE PUBLISHER AND THE BOOK’S EDITOR
“For the past 10 years, there have been only three books that assisted veterans in filing VA disability claims and appeals, and they were all by the same man. Sadly, he passed away in 2012, leaving his books sorely out of date because of sweeping changes to the VA disability claims and appeals system, and putting millions of historically proactive service personnel and vets on the street without any self-help books to guide them. Jon Macintosh’s updated second edition completely fills the void and also sets a new standard for this type of self-help book: it details all the intricate steps from A to Z, and with such accuracy and precision that is unmatched by any other book or manual. Like the good US Army Airborne Ranger veteran he is, Mr. Macintosh has truly set the example for all others to follow.”
THE BROAD APPEAL OF THIS UNIQUE SELF-HELP BOOK
The original first edition was structured as a military field manual. The second edition is twice as large, 6″ x 9″, and has been revamped. Written in easy, conversational language, VA Disability Claim also gives actionable tips about how to best use VA-accredited law firms and attorneys and veterans service organizations to support veterans in their claims and appeals cases.
Amazon Page: VA Disability Claim
Paperback: 146 pages
Publisher: Adagio Press, LLC
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
THE FIRST EDITION’S FIVE-STAR AMAZON REVIEWS FROM VETERANS
A very clear, concise, advisory, and practical field manual with tasks, conditions and standards, steps-by-step information for filing claims and uploading supporting evidence documents. That task has caused problems for older veterans using VONAPP. Jon Macintosh advice about the internal processes at VA, service organizations, and VA-accredited attorneys is accurate and true. Yes, it’s understandable some Vets do see VA as non-adversarial, which I believe is true for younger veterans. However, that’s not true for many Vietnam era veterans fighting VA for withholding benefits. This manual arms the veteran, with knowledge required to win against VA. I’ve recommended it to my friends, and the survivors of veterans, who are frustrated, and cannot understand why the VA takes years to pay DIC benefits.
This book gives Vets like me the ammunition to fight to the good fight when it comes to taking care of those who serves. I found it an easy read particularly online in PDF form, and have used it several times in the short span of having this resource in my possession. Recommend picking up a copy, you will be glad you did! Aloha, Mike (Col. Retired, US Army).
This book is an absolute must have for any veteran or active duty member getting ready to retire/ETS. It is a well-organized guide with simple, straightforward advice. The information is invaluable and can save veterans years of frustration and thousands in lost benefits. I’m very happy I stumbled upon the author’s blog and eventually found this book.
Servicemembers have NO IDEA that the VA sees you as an ADVERSARY. This short book is a desperately needed primer on anything from common sense procedures like SAVING ALL YOUR RECORDS to detailed ins and outs of the disability claims or appeals process. A must read not just for anyone in the military but their families as well.
—John M. Del Palazzo