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Nexus Letters for VA Disability Claims

At NexusLetters.com Veterans can get a nexus letter from a psychologist for $600.

Dr. Todd Finnerty is a psychologist and he provides file reviews for Veterans on their VA disability claims (you can learn more about Dr. Finnerty at www.toddfinnerty.com). Dr. Finnerty is available to write Nexus Letters and/or Independent Medical Opinions for Veterans. He is also able to perform examinations in Columbus, Ohio (including completing a DBQ) as well as many states via telehealth examinations.

NexusLetters.com is a website operated exclusively by psychologist Todd Finnerty, Psy.D.; the only person who writes nexus letters at NexusLetters.com is Dr. Finnerty. As a service to help you find a nexus letter there are also links to other professionals on this website (including to physicians). At times there may also be advertisements for doctors who write nexus letters; these are to assist you in case you need to find someone other than Dr. Finnerty (ex: for an issue that Dr. Finnerty doesn’t specialize in).

NexusLetters.com does not contract to have outside professionals do any of the work; the only person writing nexus letters at NexusLetters.com is Dr. Finnerty. If you are looking for a nexus letter for a medical condition that you need a physician for you should click on the provided links on this site for a nexus letter from a physician.

Sometimes Dr. Finnerty also provides nexus letters through other unrelated third party companies- however he charges those companies the same amount as he does through this website ($600). At nexusletters.com you get to work with Dr. Finnerty directly. Dr. Finnerty does not offer discounted rates elsewhere or charge different fees depending on who the referral source is.

Typical reasons you might want a nexus opinion from a psychologist include service connections for PTSD, TBI, depression, anxiety and other psychological problems. Another common request is service connection for secondary conditions such as sleep apnea secondary to PTSD. You can find more examples of things Dr. Finnerty can help with here: http://nexusletters.com/get-a-nexus-letter-or-imo/

How much is a Nexus Letter or Exam with DBQ from Dr. Finnerty? Dr. Finnerty’s prices are very competitive. The price is a one-time, flat rate fee. Dr. Finnerty generally requires payment in advance, however there may be different options for a payment plan for you which you can discuss with Dr. Finnerty. This includes services such as “pay later” from PayPal that may let you make installment plan payments.

Nexus Letter Based on a Records Review ($600)

Many times a review of your medical records is enough to write a nexus letter. For a nexus letter based on a review of your records only the cost is $600 (you can be located anywhere in the world to have a records review performed).

Nexus Letter/DBQ Based on an In-person Examination in Columbus, Ohio ($900)

Dr. Finnerty offers in-person exams in Columbus, Ohio. He does offer telehealth exams via Zoom for VA disability claims in Ohio and to some other states depending on their state psychology board’s rules. An in-person exam is recommended if that is possible for you, but due to COVID-19 or travel distances this is not always feasible. Dr. Finnerty’s in-person exam fee and telehealth exam fee (includes a records review, a detailed report and a DBQ form) is: $900

How do you get a nexus letter from Dr. Finnerty? Follow this link for a quick overview of How it works: http://nexusletters.com/how-it-works/

Would you like a free, brief case consultation to see if Dr. Finnerty will accept your case? You can call Dr. Finnerty directly on his cell phone (330)495-8809, email toddfinnerty@toddfinnerty.com or complete the secure form found here: Get a Free Consultation

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