The VA denies claims for a number of reasons. Typically, the VA takes the position that your current disability is not related to your military service. You may have had an injury during your active duty service, however, that does not guarantee that the VA will approve your claim.
The VA may also decide that your condition is not severe enough to warrant an increased rating or simply rate your disability too low. The VA rating system is carefully crafted and requires specific evidence that is not often found in your medical treatment records. If you do not have the help of an expert, the VA has an edge in this legal battle.
The VA may require you to produce specific evidence in support of your claim. A VA Disability Attorney should be contacted immediately to evaluate your case and provide you with an assessment of the evidence that is needed to prove your case.
The VA regulations are vast and complex; it takes a VA Disability Attorney to navigate them and put you in a stronger position to win your claim. Our attorneys can help develop your case to assist you at both the Regional Office and Board of Veterans Appeals level.
Our firm provides a free consultation and does not bill you by the hour for our services. Call us today and speak with VA Disability attorney to find out how we can help you with your VA Disability case.