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Buddy Statements and Your VA Disability Claim Buddy statements can provide powerful evidence for your VA disability claim. Learn how to use them to build a strong case for benefits.
Filing a Notice of Disagreement A Notice of Disagreement (NOD) starts the appeals process for your VA disability benefits. Learn how to complete this form.
Common Errors in VA Disability Decisions The VA often makes errors in processing applications that can be grounds for an appeal. Learn more about what to do when your disability benefits are denied.
Mistakes to Avoid When Filing Your Appeal VA benefits are often denied, and Veterans can lose out if they don’t appeal correctly. Learn what mistakes to avoid and how a lawyer can help.
Court Win: Explain Why Widow Not Entitled to Benefits CAVC judge orders remand because the Board of Veterans' Appeals failed to adequately explain why a widow did not qualify as a surviving spouse.
Court Win: VA Regulation Partially Invalidated Decision Invalidates Part of VA Regulation, Veteran granted an additional Opportunity for More Benefits.
CAVC Win for Vietnam War Veteran’s Widow Thailand Herbicide CAVC Case No. 18-3981 Win for Vietnam War Veteran’s Widow – Thailand Herbicide Exposure
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