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9/4/2018
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What That Confusing Letter From VA Means

Despite what a confusing letter you may have received fro VA says, opting into RAMP does not mean that your appeal is "withdrawn" or "discontinued."

Category: General

Labels: RAMP VA
8/22/2018
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Sean Kendall’s Win for an Army Veteran with PTSD

When an Army Veteran with PTSD Was Denied Benefits Three Times, Sean Kendall Stepped In

Category: PTSD Claims

8/20/2018
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Sean Kendall Wins TDIU Benefits for a Veteran with PTSD/MST

Sean Kendall Won Unemployability Benefits for a Homeless Veteran with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Secondary to Military Sexual Trauma

Category: Unemployability Claims for Veterans

8/15/2018
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Sean Kendall Won for a Veteran with Weakness in His Legs

Sean Kendall Presented Evidence to Win a Veteran with Service-Connected Pain and Weakness in Both Legs a Disability Benefits Rating Increase

Category: Physical Disabilities

8/13/2018
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Kendall's Win for a Veteran with Gouty Arthritis

Attorney Sean Kendall Won Three Years of Additional TDIU Benefits for a Vet Whose Gouty Arthritis Prevents Him from Working

Category: Unemployability Claims for Veterans

8/8/2018
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Kendall Wins Earlier Effective Date for Veteran With PTSD

Decades After the Veteran’s Original Benefits Application, Attorney Sean Kendall Won 10 Years of Additional Benefits for a Veteran With PTSD

Category: PTSD Claims

8/7/2018
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Getting service connected or receiving TDIU benefits does not solve everything for our clients. Finding ways to process their military experiences is a separate challenge.

Getting service connected or receiving TDIU benefits doesn't solve everything - finding ways to process military experiences is a separate challenge for vets

Category: General

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8/6/2018
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Sean Kendall Won TDIU For Vet With PTSD, Alcohol Abuse

When a Veteran Lost His Livelihood to a Psychiatric Disorder, Including PTSD, Depression, and Alcohol Abuse, Kendall Helped Him Win the TDIU Benefits He Needed

Category: Unemployability Claims for Veterans

7/30/2018
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Kendall Wins for Vet with Skull Fracture/Seizure Disorder

After Successfully Submitting New Evidence, Sean Kendall Proved Service Connection for Vet with a Skull Fracture, Seizure Disorder, and Loss of Smell and Taste

Category: Physical Disabilities

7/23/2018
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Kendall Won a Second Chance When the VA Failed a Vietnam Vet

Sean Kendall Wins Second Chance for Vietnam Veteran with Peripheral Neuropathy After VA Failed to Provide Requested DRO Hearing and Fulfill Duty to Assist

Category: Physical Disabilities

7/18/2018
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Sean Kendall’s Win for a Veteran with Tinnitus

Sean Kendall Made It Possible for a Veteran with Tinnitus to Win the Disability Benefits He Deserves

Category: Physical Disabilities

7/16/2018
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Tim Franklin Wins Second Chance for Vet with Foot Conditions

Tim Franklin Won a Second Chance for a Vet with Bilateral Hallux Valgus and Bilateral Onychomycosis of the Toes After VA Provided Inadequate Medical Examination

Category: Physical Disabilities

7/11/2018
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Kendall Wins TDIU Benefits for Vet with Knee, Hip, Back Pain

Attorney Sean Kendall Wins an Extra Four Years of TDIU Benefits for a Vet with Foot, Knee, Hip, and Low Back Disabilities

Category: Physical Disabilities

7/9/2018
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Franklin’s Win for Widow of Vet Who Died of Bile Duct Cancer

Tim Franklin Proved Service Connection for a Widow Who Lost Her Husband to Bile Duct Cancer Secondary to Parasite Exposure.

Category: Physical Disabilities

7/4/2018
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Kendall Wins for Vet with Erectile Dysfunction/Hypertension

Attorney Sean Kendall Won for a Veteran with Hypertension and Erectile Dysfunction Secondary to Anxiety Medication

Category: Physical Disabilities

7/2/2018
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Tim Franklin Wins TDIU For Vet with PTSD and Depression

When a Veteran Struggling with PTSD and Major Depressive Disorder Became Unable to Work, Franklin Won Him Total Disability Individual Unemployability Benefits

Category: PTSD Claims

6/25/2018
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Why Putting Your TDIU Appeal in RAMP Could Result in a Grant

How to Use RAMP to Secure TDIU / Unemployability Benefits Quickly

Category: Unemployability Claims for Veterans

Labels: "TDIU" "RAMP"
6/18/2018
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MST, PTSD, and Opioid Use in Women

The VA Must Do More to Prevent MST and Treat Veterans Who Are Affected; We Ensure Women Affected by MST-Related PTSD Secure the Benefits They Need to Heal

Category: PTSD Claims

6/13/2018
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VA Rating Systems Reformed Across the Board

For the First Time in Decades, VA Adds New Diagnostics to Its Rating Schedule

Category: Physical Disabilities

6/6/2018
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Study Shows TBIs Linked to Dementia, Including Mild TBIs

Study Shows Mild TBIs are Linked to Dementia; We Can Win Disability Benefits for Veterans’ Affected by a TBI

Category: Traumatic Brain Injury

6/4/2018
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Research Shows MST Leads to Chronic Health Conditions

Research Shows MST Survivors Likely to Develop Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain; How MST Survivors Can Win the Benefits They Deserve

Category: Physical Disabilities

5/25/2018
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Introduction to the VA MISSION Act

The VA MISSION Act Addresses the Biggest Issues in Veterans’ Affairs. Here’s What It Means for Caregivers, the Privatization Debate, and Infrastructure Reform.

Category: Veterans Affairs

5/21/2018
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Military Encourages Male MST Survivors to Come Forward

As the Military Uses Virtual Reality to Encourage Male MST Survivors to Come Forward, We Fight to Win Them the Disability Benefits They Deserve

Category: PTSD Claims

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5/18/2018
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How to “Appeal” or Review a RAMP Decision

If You Opt-in to RAMP and Your Claim is Denied, there are Four Options for Review

Category: Veterans Affairs

5/11/2018
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An Easy Guide to Reopening VA Claims Using New Evidence

Introducing New and Material Evidence Allows Veterans to Reopen Claims and Overturn Past Denials - Here is Everything One Needs to Know to Reopen a Claim

Category: Veterans Affairs

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