At VBG, we fight for the rights and interests of Veterans.

Honoring Service
Empowering Veterans.

As a team of many Veterans at VBG, we’re dedicated to enriching Veterans’ quality of life. That’s why VBG fights for state and federal policies that protect the rights and interests of all Veterans, including the right to access the help they need to navigate the VA disability claims process.


The current VA disability claims process doesn’t serve Veterans well. The complex and confusing process often leaves Veterans waiting years to receive their benefits and getting less than they have earned. The VA faces a massive claims backlog and inventory. And Veterans are frequently undergoing insufficient and rushed medical exams, which result in inaccurate claims applications.

Veteran Service Organizations (VSOs) are intended to help Veterans through the claims process, but there are too few VSO representatives and too many with inadequate training. Accredited attorneys, who are costly to hire, are only paid to assist Veterans during the appeals process, so they provide no help on initial applications. Even worse, these attorneys are incentivized to drag out appeals. The longer an appeal takes, the more the attorney is paid.

Veterans deserve to have a private option outside of the VA and nonprofit space to help them navigate the complicated claims process and receive the full benefits they deserve in a timely manner. That’s why VBG advocates for legislation to implement VA accreditation reform or other legislation that would allow honorable companies like VBG to continue serving Veterans while establishing guardrails that would drive bad actors out of the marketplace and protect Veterans from fraud.

VBG is committed to advocating for policies that protect the rights and interests of Veterans. We analyze and track federal and state legislation and regulations that impact Veterans, and we also regularly meet and communicate with policymakers to advocate on behalf of Veterans.

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We need your help in the fight to protect Veterans’ rights and interests. Policymakers at the federal and state level need to hear from their local constituents about these issues. Your voice matters.

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