If you’re visiting this site, most likely you are a Veteran looking for help navigating the VA disability benefit system. Being transparent means quickly determining if Trajector Medical’s services are a good fit for you.
We might not be a fit for you if you:
Trajector Medical helps you pursue the VA disability benefits that you medically, legally and ethically qualify for. Each situation is unique – we do not (and cannot) assure you will receive benefits. The good news is that our service is risk-free. We only charge a fee if you receive a monthly VA disability compensation increase from our medical evidence development services.
We have not remained in business this long by creating ways to bend the rules. Your reputation is on the line, and so is ours.
We get it – most people don’t love paperwork. Just like when you file your taxes, a great deal of paperwork completion should be expected. We work to digitize our process as much as possible.
You will likely be required to set several medical appointments as part of your VA disability benefits pursuit while working with us. If you do not make it to these appointments, it won’t be easy to help you with professional medical evidence.
We follow a well-defined protocol when working with Veterans on medical issues, and these things take time. Government agencies have limited staff, and exercising patience is a prerequisite.
Usually, we are able to bring value to Veterans seeking support on their pursuit of VA disability benefits. We always encourage Veterans to seek all methods of free assistance before contacting us for professional medical evidence development services.
We cannot develop your medical evidence without your full cooperation. Regularly check your emails, text and voice messages and follow through on all requests.
There are many variables in any given Veteran’s situation. The VA may or may not award you what you feel you deserve, no matter how well developed our medical evidence is in support of your claim. However, remember the law provides for the ability to appeal decisions. Not every case warrants an appeal. If we know from experience our medical evidence will not support your claim further, we may not assist with an appeal you decide to continue.