Decision Review Denial

Decision Review Request Denial

Appeal Options Following a VA Form 10182 – Decision Review Request (Notice of Disagreement to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (BVA)) Denial  It is not uncommon for a Veteran to receive a Decision Review Request Denial. The 2017 Appeals Modernization Act (AMA) significantly streamlined the VA disability appeals process. However, the AMA did not necessarily …

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Agent Orange and Survivors' Benefits

Agent Orange and Survivors’ Benefits

Detailing Agent Orange and Survivors’ Benefits In regards to Agent Orange and Survivors’ Benefits, the VA offers a wide range of benefits to surviving spouses.  In addition, the dependent children and dependent parents of Veterans may be eligible. The qualifications for eligibility include the veteran’s exposure to Agent Orange. And then later dying as the …

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PTSD and Combat Veterans

70% PTSD Rating

How do I Receive VA TDIU for a 70% PTSD Rating? Combat Veterans have struggled with PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other mental health-related issues for centuries.  Records of PTSD-like symptoms date back to the Middle Ages. The horrors of World War I took PTSD-like symptoms to another level. New weapons meant new brain …

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What Is Individual Unemployability

Individual Unemployability

What is Individual Unemployability (IU)? Individual Unemployability (IU) is a part of VA’s disability compensation program.  This program allows the VA to pay certain Veterans compensation at the 100% rate.  Veterans can get benefits even though VA has not rated their service-connected disabilities at the 100% level. What  Are The Eligibility Criteria For Individual Unemployability? …

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Choosing A TDIU Appeals Attorney

Choosing A TDIU Appeals Attorney

Tips For Choosing A TDIU Appeals Attorney Are you considering a lawyer to help with your Individual Unemployability Denial? Here are some handy tips for choosing a TDIU Appeals Attorney. Overall, the Veterans Administration’s benefits process is difficult to navigate. Eligibility for benefits is not enough. Applicants Veterans must also convince claims examiners that benefits …

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DIC Benefits

DIC Benefits

Am I Automatically Entitled to DIC Benefits? In his second Inaugural Address, which he delivered just 41 days prior to his assassination, President Abraham Lincoln vowed “to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan.” Today, that commitment is evident in available Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) …

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