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Can a Fully Developed Claim Really Help Me Get My Disability Benefits Faster?

When you’re in the business of helping veterans secure disability benefits, you inevitably field the following question: Why is the VA is taking so long to process my claim? There are many factors that affect processing time, including the current backlog, but sometimes the delay is beyond the VA’s control. When a veteran files a standard disability claim it is the VA’s responsibility, under the Duty to Assist doctrine, to gather all the evidence that could help prove your claim, including medical records from private (non-VA) healthcare providers. Sometimes delays are the result of a private doctor taking a while

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How to Calculate Your VA Disability Rating

Here at the Rep for Vets, we have veterans ask us all the time: How does the VA calculate my disability rating? You may have heard the term “VA math” before. The person using the term is usually expressing confusion or frustration with the weird way the VA rates disability. Here’s an example. John, who saw combat in the first Gulf War, has a 60% rating for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, a 30% rating for a back injury, a 10% rating for the left knee disability, and another 10% rating for hearing loss. If you add up all these ratings you

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News roundup

May 3, 2021

67% of the participants of a PTSD study who received MDMA and talk therapy treatment no longer qualified for PTSD diagnosis two months after study.

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April 28, 2021

Scam artist who preyed on disabled veterans eligible for home improvement grants plead guilty to charges of wire fraud and aggravated identity theft in federal court.

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March 23, 2021

$272 million of the $17 billion the VA received in COVID relief will go to speeding up compensation claims processing and appeals.

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