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Should I Get a Second Opinion After My C&P Exam?

Published on June 9th, 2020

Your compensation and pension (C&P) exam is one of the most important sources of evidence that the VA considers when determining your disability compensation. If you get a bad exam result, you will need to supply the VA with extra evidence about your medical conditions, such as a second opinion from a different physician. In […]

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Pentagon Sued Over Failure to Release Discharge Records

Published on June 5th, 2020

If you have a less than honorable discharge from the military, you may have trouble accessing your veterans benefits. Fortunately, you can request that your discharge status be upgraded. Alternatively, you may be able to ask the VA to conduct a character of discharge review. If successful, either of these options can get you access […]

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Can I Get Disability Compensation for Burn Pit Exposure?

Published on June 2nd, 2020

The time has come for the United States military to accept responsibility for the ravages caused by its use of burn pits. Many veterans have become ill after exposure to burn pit smoke, but the VA claims that there is no conclusive evidence of a link between burning waste and long term health complications. Some […]

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What Are The Different Types of BVA Decisions?

Published on May 29th, 2020

When you appeal your disability case to the Board of Veterans Appeals, or BVA, three things might happen. The BVA can either grant, deny, or remand your case. According to their most recently available annual report, the most likely outcome to a BVA appeal is a remand, with almost 40% of cases receiving this decision. […]

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How Does the VA Rating System Work?

Published on May 27th, 2020

Once your disability has been deemed service-related, the VA will rate your condition to determine how much your impairment affects your ability to work. The rating system, known as the VA Schedule of Rating Disabilities (VARSD), takes into consideration the severity of your condition and provides a rating of 0-100%. Those with a higher percentage […]

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