Gang & Associates is dedicated to respecting the governor’s stay-at-home directive for the safety of all in light of Covid-19.

Our entire staff is working remotely and we’re fully operational during this health crisis.

Due to the need to modify our working environment, please be patient as it may take slightly longer to get back to you when you contact us. However, we are continuing to work on all client matters and continue to undertake representation of new disabled veterans. We are accepting new clients with serious disabilities at this time.

Veterans Disability Info Blog


The VA Used a Non Physician to Examine Me: Is It a Valid Exam?

The VA Used a Non Physician to Examine Me: Is It a Valid Exam?

More times than I can remember I have listened to the concerns of veterans about the VA using a non-physician to perform the VA medical exam. I agree wholeheartedly with the concerns that the VA medical exams are less than thorough and are performed by medical practitioners with minimal...




Paying for the High Cost of Medical Experts to Win a VA Appeal

Paying for the High Cost of Medical Experts to Win a VA Appeal

If you have followed my articles in the past you know that I believe in developing a client’s case to the optimum with good private medical experts. Indeed, the top practitioners in the veterans bar understand this. That is why some firms spend anywhere from $50,000 to $200,000 per year in...


How to Obtain Your Claims File

Your claims file contains all communications and documents that refer to your VA claims. Also included in the claims file are your military records if you are claiming a disability, all compensation and pension exam reports, letters from VA, VA decision documents such as rating decisions,...

Refuting VA Exams Part V

This is Part 5 in a series of articles dealing with strategies a veteran can use to refute VA medical exams. In Part 4, I addressed situations where the VA examiner fails to consider your statements about what happened in service. Today, I want to discuss with you what happens when VA denies your...

Refuting VA Exams Part IV

This is Part IV in a series of articles dealing with strategies a veteran can use to refute VA medical exams. As I have noted in prior articles as a veterans disability lawyer representing disabled veterans nationwide, I have had ample opportunity to review literally thousands of C&P exam...

Refuting VA Exams Part III

In Parts I and II of this series on how to refute VA exams or VA medical opinions, we discussed situations where the VA examiner relied on inaccurate facts or failed to provide adequate reasons for his conclusion. In today’s installment I am going to focus on the VA’s failure to follow...