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Theodore C. Jarvi - Attorney at Law
Theodore C. Jarvi - Attorney at Law



Represents blinded veterans and Vietnam veterans with claims for diabetes and its complications

Attorney Ted Jarvi’s only clients are veterans and their families whose claims have been denied by the VA. He is accredited as a Department of Veterans Affairs representative and has handled a wide variety of VA cases providing legal help with VA claims, and appeals since 1991. Ted has represented hundreds of veterans nationwide, including more than 200 at the U.S. Veterans Court (CAVC). He has a long military history, starting with 5 years as an enlisted man and ending with 20 years as a reserve JAG. He is also a member and past president of National Organization of Veterans Advocates (NOVA). Ted Jarvi knows the key to winning VA claims and compensation cases is by paying attention to the details of each case, because every veteran’s claim has it own special facts.

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Your Personal Advocate Through the Maze of VA Claims & Appeals

Legal Services for VA Claims in a variety of areas including:


Original claims for service connection

Claims to challenge previously denied claims.

Claims for increased ratings for
conditions that are already service

Challenges of favorable, but inadequate VA decisions

Compensation for Service-Connected Disabilities

Compensation for Dependants of
Deceased Veterans

Pensions for Non Service Connected Disabled Vets

Law Offices of
Theodore C. Jarvi

1050 E. Southern Avenue
Suite G-3
Tempe 85282
Tel.: (480) 838-6566

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The information provided on this web site is intended for general information only and does not constitute legal advice. Responses to email inquiries are, of necessity, rather generalized in that each case involves specific facts and circumstances that must be ascertained from military and VA records before a competent legal analysis is rendered. Legal representation of your claim is commenced only upon the execution of a legal retainer agreement that has been signed by both parties.

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