After receiving a hearing notice, most Veterans ask two important questions: Will my attorney be present for the hearing, and will I get to talk to my attorney prior to the hearing? The answer to both is yes.
The hearing clerk will call and schedule a time for you to speak with your attorney. This is called a pre-hearing. The pre-hearing is usually two to three weeks before your hearing, depending on the type of hearing you have. There are several reasons why the pre-hearing is important to your case:
Also, while scheduling your pre-hearing appointment, the hearing clerk will ask a set of questions to get all your updated information so he/she can prepare your pre-hearing notebook for your attorney.
There are many benefits to having Jan Dils Attorneys at Law represent you for your VA Disability claim. This is just one of the many things that set us apart form the others. If you are a Veteran who is seeking service connection for a disability, don’t hesitate to give us a call. Our toll free number is 1-877-526-3457. You can also find us online at www.fight4vets.com