Remington Nevin, MD, MPH, DrPH


Board Certified in Public Health & General Preventive Medicine and in

Occupational Medicine by the American Board of Preventive Medicine and

Certified in Public Health by the National Board of Public Health Examiners

For veterans who have been wrongly denied their claims, Dr. Nevin takes the time to thoroughly review the entire file, including past disabilty evaluations, to fully understand the case, and to identify areas subject to rebuttal.


Dr. Nevin's unique combination of education, training, and experience permit him to offer his clients expert, authoritative medical opinions, backed by appropriate scientific literature.


Dr. Nevin is always happy to hear from veterans and their representatives to discuss a case at no obligation. Please feel free to contact Dr. Nevin directly.

VA Nexus Letter & Independent Medical Opinion Report Services

Dr. Nevin's expert VA nexus letter and independent medical opinion report services are highly rated his unrivaled qualifications and experience, and for his attentiveness to his clients╩╝ needs.


Dr. Nevin's services are primarily of interest to veterans and their accredited representatives seeking expert, authoritative rebuttals when service connection has been denied following unfavorable VA or contracted disability evaluation, and when causation, or nexus to service, is contested.



A former U.S. Army Medical Corps physician epidemiologist with ten years active duty experience, with deployments to Afghanistan and Africa, Dr. Nevin is a graduate of the U.S. military's Uniformed Services University School of Medicine and the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research General Preventive Medicine Residency.


As an epidemiologist and board-certified public health and preventive medicine physician, Dr. Nevin is a specialist in identifying the underlying causes of disease and disability, including the harmful effects of various military exposures. As a board-certied occupational medicine physician, Dr. Nevin is also a specialist in assessing and rating functional impairment and disability. Dr. Nevin is also highly published and widely cited in the domestic and international popular media and scientific literature for his expertise on public health issues affecting veterans.


Dr. Nevin's authoritative medical opinions have been favorably cited by VA claims examiners in service-connected disability ratings for diseases related to military occupational toxic exposures such as Agent Orange, fuels and solvents, burn pits, and contaminated water, including those not subject to PACT Act, Camp Lejeune, Gulf War, or Vietnam War-era presumptions. Dr. Nevin's expert opinions have also been favorably cited by VA claims examiners in routine primary and secondary service-connected ratings for injuries and illnesses caused or aggravated by military service, including obstructive sleep apnea, musculoskeletal conditions, and cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, and reproductive conditions.


Dr. Nevin's fees vary with the complexity and urgency of a case, with limited free or discounted assistance available for veterans facing financial difficulties.