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Filing a Disability Appeal in the Veterans Administration

By August 22, 2017VA Disability

Filing a disability VA appeal must be done within one year of a Rating Decision for benefits and should only be filed if you disagree with a recent Rating Decision.  The appeals process is complex and requires much paperwork as well as adherence to strict deadlines.  

You will file for a rating increase claim if your claim is over a year old and your condition has worsened since your last Rating Decision.

Post-traumatic stress disorder claims are frequently denied, often for lack of evidence or improper evidence of the condition.  A PTSD disability appeal gives you a chance to present new evidence.

Please be sure to contact a certified VA disability attorney for help with either a VA appeal or ratings increase claim.