Veteran Disability

Receive the veteran disability benefits you deserve

If your service or medical records are incomplete, there may not be a clear connection between your diagnosis and your military service. A "nexus letter" written by a qualified physician may provide the support your VA disability claim needs.

The VA also requires that you have been accurately diagnosed by a physician or medical provider, or your claim will likely be denied. Having an evaluation with an appropriate report from Dr. Cook can help you establish your diagnosis with the VA disability reviewer.

You can schedule a consultation directly with Dr. Cook to discuss your service connected injury or illness.

nex·us
/ˈneksəs/
noun
  1. a connection or series of connections linking two or more things.
    "the nexus between industry and political power"
    • a connected group or series.
      "a nexus of ideas"
    • the central and most important point or place.
      "the nexus of all this activity was the disco"

Get the Support You Need

Unlike most physicians, Dr. Cook is trained in causation analysis. Dr. Cook can let you know if your case can be supported by a nexus letter, and if so, he can provide one that contains the information needed for your VA claim. If there is insufficient information to support a nexus letter, he can explain to you any shortcomings. This information may help you collect the information needed for your VA disability claim, or at least understand why your injury or illness might not be considered service-connected.

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