My Veterans Service Connected Disability Claim Was Denied. Now What?

Though Veterans are entitled to service-connected disability benefits, studies have shown that the Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) rejects up to 70% of claims for various reasons.  If you have had a service-connected disability claim rejected and you disagree with the decision, you need to file an appeal. It will not be a simple process, but we’re […]

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5 Tips to Get the Veterans Disability Compensation That You Deserve

According to the 2015 census, there were 3.8 million Veterans with service-connected disabilities in 2014.  While this is the statistic we have, there are more Veterans that are service-connected but unable to navigate the confusing world of disability claim submissions. Many Veterans are severely disabled and find it difficult to go through the process. If you are […]

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How a PTSD Disability Impacts Your VA Compensation Claim

As 13 million people across the country experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in some form, there are many highly functioning people actively managing their disability on a daily basis. Likewise, there are many more who are unaware they may have PTSD or do not know how to go about getting treatment and compensation for it. If […]

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How Long Can You Expect The VA to Spend in Preparation for a Decision?

How Long Can You Expect The VA to Spend in Preparation for a Decision?

If you are applying or have already applied for VA benefits, you might find yourself wondering how will the VA take to make a decision? Though we would like to gaze into a crystal ball to tell you – in truth, this is a difficult question to answer. Many separate factors go into a VA […]

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What Can I Expect In My VA C&P Exam?

What Can I Expect In My VA C&P Exam?

As part of your disability application & evaluation process, you will experience a VA C&P Exam.  The C&P Exam is short for, Compensation and Pension exam, and it is typically performed by a VA doctor or contracted health care professional. Here’s what can you expect from your VA C&P Exam. Before Your VA C&P Exam, Know […]

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VA Claim Remands & More Explained: BVA Decisions

VA Claim Remands & More Explained: BVA Decisions

When you submit a claim to the Board of Veteran’s Appeals (BVA), three different BVA decisions can be made; grant, deny, or remand. We are going to look at each of these BVA decisions and discuss what they mean. Your Appeal is Granted You receive a letter in the mail stating that your appeal was […]

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How to Fill Out a VA DBQ (Disability Benefits Questionnaire)

How to Fill Out a VA DBQ (Disability Benefits Questionnaire)

If you are a disabled veteran and are submitting a claim, you will want to know about the VA DBQ (Disability Benefits Questionnaire) Here is a little bit of advice and assistance to help you perfect your claim. If you need additional help, please reach out to us at the contact form in this article.  […]

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What Does VA “Development Letter Sent” Mean?

What Does VA “Development Letter Sent” Mean?

  Did you recently notice a status on your eBenefits saying “VA development letter sent” but you are unsure what that means? You may be especially confused if you have not received a physical letter. Here’s what you need to know.   What “VA Development Letter Sent” Means on eBenefits Development letters are typically sent […]

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How to Understand VA Schedular Ratings Vs TDIU

How to Understand VA Schedular Ratings Vs TDIU

Understanding the difference between VA schedular ratings and TDIU can be confusing. In this article, we explain each of them and how you can determine which best fits you. VA Schedular Ratings Explained When dealing with VA disability claims there are two distinct ways of viewing ratings or awards.   By far the most common […]

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