Indianapolis Veterans Claims Attorneys
Providing legal support for Veterans throughout the Country
Pinyerd Disability Law, LLC aggressively represents military veterans and families of veterans before The United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims or CAVC at no cost to the veteran or family member. If we win your case, there is no charge to you; if we do not win, there is no charge to you. There are no charges for fees at the CAVC level because of a program called Equal Access to Justice ACT (EAJA). If we win your case, the government will pay the fees. In 1980, the EAJA was enacted for the purpose of creating an exception for how Attorneys are paid at the Federal level of appeals. At Pinyerd Disability Law, LLC, our attorneys, including Attorney David Pinyerd and Attorney Brandon Newberry, are licensed to practice before the CAVC, and we can take clients from every state. You can also view the public list of attorneys and practitioners on the CAVC website at: https://www.uscourts.cavc.gov/public_list.php.
What is CAVC?
The CAVC is a separate Federal Court established in 1988 with the Veterans’ Review Act under Article I of the US Constitution. Before the CAVC, the VA was the only administrative agency that had no judicial oversight. The CAVC is not part of the Veterans Administration, and it is a separate Federal Court of Appeals. Judges serving on the CAVC are independent and do not work for the Veterans Administration. When a case is not successful before the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (BVA), filers are given 120 days from the mailing date of the Board’s decision to appeal to the CAVC. Many filers have multiple options and avenues to choose from instead of a CAVC claim, including a supplemental claim or filing a new claim, so it’s important to review all your options to ensure you are making the right choice for your situation. Often, the decision by the CAVC is to address mistakes made by the BVA and remand the case back to the BVA to correctly analyze the case with the remand instructions.
What Do You Need to Know About Filing a CAVC Claim?
As a result of Covid-19, there have been recent changes in how (CAVC) conducts hearings and reviews cases. The Court is located at 625 Indiana Avenue, NW, Suite 900, Washington, D.C. 20004-2950. Since Covid, most cases filed before the CAVC do not require the Veteran to travel anywhere since the cases can be done remotely. The Court’s website specifically noted how the CAVC personnel have been working in a mix of remote and on-site locations and conducting oral arguments in-person (judges and counsel all present), virtually (judges and counsel all remotely), or in a hybrid environment where judges and counsel have the option of appearing in person or remotely. So, our Indianapolis veterans claims attorneys may be able to handle the entirety of your case without you needing to travel to Washington, DC, to file an appeal before the CAVC.
Experienced Veterans Affairs Attorneys
Pinyerd Disability Law LLC has helped thousands of Veterans obtain millions in benefits. If we take your case, we will continue fighting until we ensure the government makes the correct decision. Marine Veteran Brandon Newberry is the lead attorney for CAVC appeals at Pinyerd Disability Law LLC. Clients can reach out to Attorney Newberry directly by emailing: email@example.com or calling him at 317-428-2084. We use a comprehensive approach to look at all your options if you need to appeal to the CAVC. If you’re unsure about your case and need clarification, contact our office directly for a free case review. As always, thank you for your service, and thank you for your families’ sacrifices in the service of our country.
Dave makes a very trying and stressful situation painless and simple. Very quick to respond and answer all questions thoroughly. Helped me get what I wanted when I thought it was not possible. Highly recommend. Thanks again Dave!"
"I am extremely grateful for Attorney Pinyerd and staff in my award of SSDI benefits. My interaction with Pinyerd Law was a smooth, calm, reassuring, and pleasant experience."Robert B.
"I have known David Pinyerd for 10 years, and he is a knowledgeable caring attorney. He will go above and beyond to help his clients. I highly recommend him to anyone looking for a great attorney."Dana R.
Trustworthy & ExperiencedWe have years of experience handling all disability cases, earning the respect of our community.
It's Personal to UsWe handle each case with the care you deserve, and we'll treat you like family.
You'll Speak To An AttorneyYour case will be personally handled by a licensed attorney, not a legal assistant.
We'll Take Care of EverythingAs our client, you can trust us to be with you every step of the way.
A Higher Winning PercentageWe know what it takes to win your case, and our track record proves it.