Not sure if this is the right forum to post this. I recently filed a TSGLI claim due to the Veterans Improvement Act. I was injured in Dec 2001 and I was medically Discharged due to this injury in 2003. I first filed the claim per instructions of my point of contact. They sent it back denied due to part B not being certified by a medical professional. They told me I did not have to do this because it happen in 2001 and just send medical records. I then had my PCP certified Part B along with certified statements from wife and family members and all medical documents supporting loss of ADLs do to the Tramatic Injury. My medical records support loss of ADLS at least four of them the time at least six months of physical assistance was needed. Ten years later I am still recieving treatment for this injury. I have met the reqirements and have talked to Legal experts on TSGLI they agree as well. My issue is that if I get a Lawyer to help with my next appeal they are intitled to 33% and that is not right. My first denial stated my fascial reconstructive surgery did not meet requirements and Part B was not certified. I never had Fascial reconstructive surgery. The secound Denial was for no Loss of ADLS. I dont understand how much more evidence is needed. Medical documents - Surgery info Docter staements treating injury Medical discharge Va info staements family members and PCP medical certification of loss of ADLS all submitted. Does anybody have any advice what I should do before I get a Lawyer. I dont see giving them 33% for whats due to me anyways that sucks.