This quick disability claim letter to VA Comp & Pension from my own claim for sinusitis, sleep apnea and allergic rhinitis should help get your claim going.

Knowing where to start when filing your first disability compensation claim is daunting, and this quick article with my own sample will help ease your anxiety.

About Sample Disability Comp Letter

Here is a sample of the first two pages of my application for disability compensation to the Dept of Veterans Affairs. If you want to “understand” how to increase your disability or managed the process, check out my post to increase your disability compensation rating. It provides the step by step process of researching your claim.

Keep Disability Letter Short

The entire disability claims package, including documentation, was approximately 70 pages. My summary letter was 5 pages. I usually suggest that disabled veterans keep their disability claims summary to no more than 5 pages. One to two pages is ideal but not a hard and fast rule.

RELATED: Veteran Shocked By Disability Rating Reduction 70 To 0 Percent

The reason for the length of my disability claims package was because of the Veterans Administration‘s incompetence.

Dispute Bad Facts

The VA claimed I had only seen a doctor 1 time for allergies. The claims adjudicator also completely ignored all my treatments for sinusitis. Rather than trusting the VA to their own lack of due diligence  I took action and wrote a thorough summary.

For that reason, I took it upon myself to ensure that they had the correct disability documentation the second time around. At the appointment, the VA’s ENT (ear, nose and throat) examiner told me the VA had conceded service-connection for the sinusitis before even beginning his exam.

I wrote this and include a copy of the first two pages of my disability claims letter to give you an idea of how to format your own summary letter. This format was borrowed from a NOVA conference on VA disability compensation primarily for Veterans Law attorneys.

Before Drafting Your Disability Letter

Before drafting your letter, be sure to look through your service medical records to get your dates right. Be sure to get a copy of your file using the Freedom of Information Act request letter. Getting your file is the first real step to winning your disability claim. Click on the above link to get a copy of that letter.

SAMPLE DISABILITY COMPENSATION LETTER

Next Steps On Disability Letter And Disability Claim

I hope that helps push your claim along by greasing your wheels in at least one way to present your claim to a VA claims adjudicator. Provide this to your VSO or attorney to help begin the process, whether on appeal or filing a new claim or anywhere in between.

One last important detail is the need to request a copy of your file.

I wrote up a free eBook for veterans to download that will help you get a copy of certain files that VA likes to hang on to like your health records, Voc Rehab records, and similar files that are more difficult to request.

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michele clark
michele clark

I am in need of assistance. My husband was in the USAF from 1986-1990. during that time he was stationed in the Phillipines. He was a comtech(telephone installation)While working on a telephone line, he was electrocuted. He was in the hospital for roughly 3 weeks and then sent stateside for additional recoup. He is no longer in the telephone business and avoids electrical contact, He left the phone company via buyout for that same reason, constant stress of this happening again. He is most recently employed with the National Park Service and that job will be terminating 8/12/2011 due to budget cuts. He deserve to file a claim. why one was never done i don’t know, what i do know is that a friend of his injured his knee playing flag foot ball while inthe USAF and receives a benefit of over $800 per month and will continue to for the rest of his life. My husband was almost killed and he gets nothing. We have the form sf 95 but not sure where to send it, I need assistance, any help would be greatly appreciated.

ren
ren

Mr. Ben
You are a very intelligent person. I hope that i dont offend you when i say your are God sent. In any regards you’re providing a great service.
appreciate you,
Thanks

Kent Kelley
Kent Kelley

I am a combat veteran of WW2 and VA related for years. I live as permanent resident in Ukraine and all past annual medical expense claims and the current unpaid claim are in Russian language. Today in Zaporozhye I cannot obtain medical assistance due to overdue satisfaction of my Jan. 19, 2011 for 2010 filed claim not paid into my USA bank. There has been no problem of these past filed Russian language claims over the past 5 years. They have always been paid in U.S. dollars before April 1 every year. Today I have not received reimbursement for my January 19, 2011 filed claim for 2010 medical. I cannot receive much needed help as these people expect cash at the moment of service. I am 87 years and my principal, among others, malady is CS F rhinorrhoea which means that the brain containing sack was punctured in a fall and the fluid continues to flow every minute every day. I have no language interpreter today and no American group or person to assist. Maybe an email from you with subject: “Don’t Tread on Me” may encourage me: kelleykents (at)(gee)mail(dot)com Thanks for caring.

Rita D Perez
Rita D Perez

I totally agree with you because my Dad, veteran from WW2, was just denied his VA benefits as small as they were. They told him in January how much he would be receiving and he had to tile a complaint just to get the denial letter he received. All I have to say, you are ready to serve again? I say only to defend you and your family because obviously this govenerment cares nothing about their Veterans, especially those that are senior citizens now. This is an outrage for the United States of America and it is time the seniors stand together, with their supporters and put a change to all of this “political” crap.! That’s all I got to say about that! (Quote from Forrest Gump)

A Friend of a Friend
A Friend of a Friend

I have rad this whole article by mistake whille searching info for a fellow veteran. I have been working as a VSO for 3 yrs and i came across various atrocities. Its unfortunate that most of you have gone thru the HELL of VA. I go thru it daily but, then again I consider them my colleagues because I deal with them everyday and I have to fight for my veterans. Unfortunately, the truth is VA works ardously to help vets, but the the C&P evaluators are the ONES who run the show. You can have all the evidence on hand but, if the evaluator states differently then the VARO will be forced to follow his orders. I have seen that very much so I know what I am talking about. I had gone to the coaches and to no avail, they stated that the C&P evaluator has precedence over anyother info. THAT IS the problem, like many state FIGHT and keep on FIGHTING. You guys have senators in the states we dont have any here to support us locally or in congress, we live on an island. Therefore, we are out in the middle of nowhere. Keep on fighting eventually you will win!!

anthony brown
anthony brown

hi my name is anthony brown and i served in the united states navy from 1987 to 1995 which the military has lost my medical records serveral times. i was diagnosed with having seziures likes activities on active duty and discharged with only 10% rating for my disabilities. my illness started when i would get upset, having aniexty attacks, sweating, shaking, because of going into battle dress of encountering missiles firing over my ship. the military just release me and did not try to give me help with my situation. to this date, i have lost my wife and kids from dealing with my siutation that the military discharged me with no help. i can’t sleep at night, i wait up sweating, having night mares, and out burst. sometimes getting up and putting clothes on for battle dress. to this date, i submitted a claim in on feb 3, 2010 in for numerous illness, and have contacted my congressman john lewis for help. my claim is going on almost 2 years with a congressman backing me an nothing has happen. can anyone give me some points of what should i do next.

Timothy Hebert
Timothy Hebert

Ben, can i ask where you found the information on the epa reports and such for the buildings you were stationed in?

Karen Campbell
Karen Campbell

In 2005 I filed for disability and was turned down. I did the Notice of Disagreement and was turned down. I did the DeNovo and was turned down. I did not do the Form 9 because my advocate retired, and he did not turn my file over to someone. I went to the office, no one wanted to do anything because were not sure what he did and how he did them. So, the form was not filed. I was new to this, so I have no where else to turn to. I got my health benefits in 2006, but in 2008 they were taken away because someone did my advocate a favor. So, I did not benefits for about 2 years. In 2009, I started my fight again for my benefits. I filed again with another advocate that someone at the VA told me about. He started my process for me and also got back my VA benefits. In 2010 I was finally granted 30% for major depressive disorder. Same thing I claimed for in 2005. GO FIGURE. Well, things got rolling with my new advocate and talking with someone at the Regional Office, I ended up getting 70%, because in 2005 I should of received 50% and then 70%, so of course I received a good amount of back pay.
I am trying now to go back to the 2005 claim, but they are telling me because of the Form 9 was not done, the claim is dead in the water.
I was told by a military lawyer to keep fighting. If the evidence was there before it came final, and I can prove this, I should be allowed to still go back and claim was is owed to me.
Is this true, or does it make sense to you?
Is there some advice you can give me or some where to look for some more information on this. If so, I would definitely appreciate it.

Thank you,
Karen Campbell

lambda5555m
lambda5555m

Hi Karen,

Keep fighting for it. Get the new rep to push the fact that the VA made a mistake and didn’t do the right thing. They make so many mistakes and if the info was in, and it wasn’t reviewed properly and a “erroneous disability determination” was determined, that is a mistake they made. Definitely push the issue. I think that if you talk to your VSO and/or get a review officer to take a look at it, then I think you will be successful. It never hurts to get documentation from your civilian doctor about that condition if you saw one at that time for treatment. Have the doctor do a letter stating that and submit it and based on your new evidence, which they ignored the evidence completely the last time, you should be successful. I read that they can get claims decided a lot faster if you have a qualified medical professional – MD, PhD etc,. document it and provide your records to the VA. I had an appeal for 2 1/2 years and when I submitted the paperwork after my second back paperwork, I went up to 40% retroactive to when I filed my appeal. Hang in there and hopefully, I will hear that you were successful. 🙂 Good Luck, DT

rickb54
rickb54

I am a retired Army veteran wh0 retired in 1986. While in service I was diagnosed with Asthma,sinusitis, allergic rhinitis, and COPD. During this time I had problems sleeping which continues to this day. In 1986 the va denied service connection for Asthma, and sinusitis. I filed a CUE claim on the asthma which was granted in 1988, with an initial rating to date of discharge of 10% and then a 30% rating from date of the approved CUE. From 1986 thru 2007 I kept my claim of sinusits alive by new material evidence, appeals, de novo reviews and anything else I could think of. Finally in 2007 service connection for sinusitis was granted. In Feb 2005, I was informed by a doctor at Fort Hood that I had COPD secondary to my asthma. In 1986, I thought COPD and asthma were one of the same, how ignorant I was. My retirement physical stated in the doctors own had writing COPD secondary to long standing chronic Asthma. In 2009, I was awarded service connection for the COPD, and because I was on oxygen I was granted 100%. In 2009, I was finally forced to face my sleeping problems. I had a sleep study done at Willford Hall, Lackland AFB. It was determined that I had sleep apnea, and the va did in fact provide me a CPAP. Now think about this.. I have service connection as I said for Asthma, COPD, allergic rhinitis and sinusitis. Anyone with any knowledge about breathing issues knows that these conditions overlap to some degree… But the sleep specialist at Lackland tells me that none of my medical issues contributed to my sleep apnea… so my question is.. ( short of going to a private doctor) how do I prove that my sleep apnea is secondary to my allergic rhinitis/sinusitis, and lung conditions. I have done extensive research and found many articles that indicate that rhinitis often causes sleep apnea. I have reviewed the BVA cases of which many indicate apnea granted secondary to rhinitis, sinusits, or asthma. While all of this information supports my position, the va does not accept BVA cases as precidence, nor do they accept scholarly articles from the internet as a basis for awarding any service connected condition, but the VA will remand a case back to the regional office to conduct a c/p exam based on such articles submitted with a claim.

So the question again, how to prove service connection for sleep apnea secondary to either asthma/allergic rhinitis or sinusits… short of going through another sleep study and a private doctors opinion….

Appreciate the site, and and ideas you have on this subject.

Richard

Anthony
Anthony

I have the exact same problem . I have filed for iu and my copd and sleep apnea are on appeal. I took letters from generals that I worked for in the Air Force. I’ve since recieved 2 letters in the last 2weeks telling me they are working on my benifits. Hope it’s over soon . God bless u.

Gutz
Gutz

i am disheartened reading many of your stories.. All I can add to the conversation is that I am service connected 100%+ for multiple gunshot wounds and PTSD, The VA has been very good to me over the course of my life and I domt have many complaints outside of the times I have seen people who I thought were deserving of compensation and unable to recieve the benefits they earned, often times in blood.. Good Luck to all of you and God Bless

jorge ortiz
jorge ortiz

HI, BEN I READ ABOUT WESTLEY STONE SITUATION WITH DVA, I TRIED TO CONTACT HIM (HE WAS WITH ME IN THE ARMY), BUT I DID NOT GO THRU HIS EMAIL (DOUBLE CICK HIS NAME); COULD I HAVE A CHANCE FOR HIM TO READ THIS MEESAGE. THANKS JORGE.

Ronald P. Matonti
Ronald P. Matonti

I would rather die which I will do as a result of malpractice at the hands of an incompetent foreign doctor in the VA emergency room, than to go thru this arduous and torturous dog and horse show and reems of paperwork to add to my misery before I die and then wait an enormous amount of time which I do not now have thanks to the VA uncaring attitude.

Denise Green
Denise Green

Can anyone give me a good phone number for the Winston Salem VA office dealing with compensation claims? I am not getting anywhere with the 800 number. I have also put in several inquires and have not received a reponse.

Any help will be greatly appreciated. I served for almost 30 years and feel as though I have been put kick under a bus. This is very depressing:-(

Denise

WD
WD

Denise Green,

I would suggest you contact your service organization, VFW, etc which is ususally located in the same VA Regional Office, Winston-Salem and have them make contact on your behalf. Usually the service organization has an ongoing relationship with the VA Claims person who is working your file and they can either speak on your behalf or you can submit a letter or e-mail with your exact words and have your service organization submit it directly to the VA RO Winston-Salem. You just need to contact your service organization or call the RO Winston-Salem directly.

VFW
Jerel L. York, National Pre-Discharge Claims Representative
100 North Main St.
Suite 1700
Winston Salem, NC 27101
Phone: 336-714-5955
Fax: 336-714-5999
E-Mail: [email protected]
or try calling

Donald W. Priem, Jr.
VFW Department Service Officer
VA Regional Office
251 North Main Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27155
(DO NOT OPEN IN MAIL ROOM)
Phone: 336 631-5457
Fax: 336 714-0901
E-Mail: [email protected]

I hope this info is helpful

Daniel

Joe
Joe

Well, I wish I had seen this before I sent in my application. I prepared a chronological list with details about the conditions I intended to file for – sort of like you have here. I took this and all my records to the DAV to get assistance filing. The rep told me not to include any of my prepared documents. He told me to only list my conditions and let them review the information in my records. He said they didn’t want the extra documents and I would be wasting my and their time including it.

I filed under the benefit delivery at discharge program (goal of 2-4 months for determination after separation) and now almost 7 months after separation I have no rating decision.

That was some great advice.

Deborah King
Deborah King

Just a couple of quick questions as I venture into this spiders web! I served in active duty Air Force 1976-1985. Then I served in Air Force Reserves from 1985 to 1990. I was medically discharged from the Reserves for a “grossly abnormal EKG”. I also had documented abnormalities even when I was active duty. I never attempted to file any claims all these years until Sept 7, 2011. It is on this day that I went into V-tach and almost died of Sudden Cardiac Arrest. I ended up with a pacemaker/defibrillator implant. The diagnosis is a suspected genetic diesease that started with the symptoms while I was in the military. Does it mean anything to the VA that I was medically discharged from the Reserves and in those discharge papers make reference to active duty medical records for the same heart problem? Also, does the VA automatically rule against genetic diseases? I appreciate any help anyone may have.

Westley Thomas
Westley Thomas

Greetings to brother and sister veterans. The help that I received came from VETERANS QUALITY of LIFE ACCESS NETWORK INC., located in New York City, NY. VQLAN’S HEADQUARTERS. Go to the website at http://www.vqlan.org
If you want some serious help and information from a veteran who has 30 years of experience helping veterans across America and beyond. I’m speaking from my heart because I been there and done that. You’ll be glad you did. Westley Thomas / USMC / Vietnam Veteran 1966-1968

Dennis Sutton
Dennis Sutton

I have been fighting the VA for PTSD while in combat in Vietnam for 42 year’s. Their main issue is that they cannot find where I was in country. Well I was killing people in the South Mekong River Valley area with a group of ARVN Rangers and a small Spec ops team. Apparently there were no “orders cut” so the VA says I need to give proof of each operation while in Cambodia and Vietnam border crossings. I was a kid (like most of us) and what did I know about orders except to follow them. Now the VA after turning me down for PTSD because I cannot give them names I again am fighting the system. My own VA Psychiastrist says I am unemployable because of PTSD, and gave me the lowest score for disability which says on paper at the VA I suffer from severe PTSD, Hearing and Tintinitus plus vertigo which I receive 20% on. The VA does not care about the Vet now or never. I am hiring a Lawyer and I will see someone from the Comp & Pen meeting in front of a Judge. I as well will at that time go public with just exactly what the “missions” were all about…killing select targets… and some of those targets were civilian and done so just for a psychological affect on the enemy. This is areal problem for guys that were on ops that have no paper trail. It sickens me knowing what this country took from me and how terrible they treat the soldier after they screw him or her up.

mstaiadair
mstaiadair

I am sure your family and friends could testify about your symptoms post and pre war conditions. Make sure you get it notarized, seek out those who fought with you- if possible
I cannot stand facebook but to find people who served with my son prvided me with loads of info, but you have to decide how much is revelant in your case…

Keith Hilton
Keith Hilton

The VA has someone with a security clearance who can research classified operations and verify veterans statements.

J B Wells
J B Wells

Yes they’re should be someone to research these claims and missions without the proper papertrail. I went through Ranger School but wasn’t black ops, so you would think that patrols that I was on in Bosnia would be filed with my chain of command. Doc, said I have PTSD and Major Depressive Disorder, but no paperwork exists saying that these patrols I went on ever actually happened. I have shrapnel in my right knee from a grenade that got me just outside of Camp Dobol and the nightmares from the bodies in mass grave sites. According to the VA C & P experts, I was never there, if I was then I’m making too big of a deal of it and deserve no compensation because it wasn’t a designated Combat Zone. I haven’t been able to get or hold a job for more than a month in the last 8 years, and the grenade, well according to my former PCP, it’s only a small piece of shrapnel that isn’t harming anyone so it can just stay there. Even if it does feel like a hot needle being moved back and forth. All that is on top of a diagnosis of Sleep Apnea requiring a CPAP machine and back pain, from my spinal surgery. Well it turns out that those super strong titanium rods and screws holding my spine together aren’t that strong after all. My x-ray yesterday explained why I was hurting so bad, one of the screws broke in half, so part of it is secured in my spine the other part is just floating around causing even more scar tissue. I wish I could sue for pain and suffering.

robert panico
robert panico

Perhaps to save you all hiring lawyers try using the VET organizations like VFW , Order of the Purple Heart or American Legion most have offices at VA centers stop in and talk to one of them they are very helpful and can help you out. I did it and i got my claim faster. They also are not publicized much but its a sure thing going to one of them..

Richard Bernier
Richard Bernier

Again, I filed for anxiety disorder and VA listed through my records seizures due to talking to my wife (lay person). I was illegally turned into DMV by VA and have not had a license for one year and like you say, they could care less. Their salaries range from $53,000 to $83,000 per year to turn us down. I do not want something for nothing. I am convinced I am to help other veterans and my case should be on FOX news. If one does not have PTS going in, they will have it when finished with VA processing and what about the spouse who endures it also. ANYONE OUT THERE KNOW HOW I COULD GET ON FOX? I have a compressed vertebra due to streptomycin given to me from TB
I caught in Africa setting up Sac bases for all of Europe. This one head surgeon here in California stated I compressed my vertebra falling down a flight of stairs when I stepped off one stair, I was lucky to spot this when I pulled my Clinical reports. What about other veterans who do not pull their records. My doctor told me this levetiracetam was for anxiety when quoting it in my record for 5 years as seizure medication. The use of medication to be put on bottle and VA requirement, but not enforced. My doctor put in report that I complained she never answers my letters and that she does when in fact I have 19 unanswered letters and all these type things destroy your credibility and mine is very important to me.
I have sleep Apnea and report states most my family of 10 brothers and sisters have it when in fact none do.
I went to neurology several months ago and she listed in report that I told her I had not had a seizure in years and I was furious, so sent her letter stating I never had a seizure period and she never responded.
I could probably get benefits for seizures, but itwould be illegal to claim and I do not need this stigma on my record. It goes on and on.

Richard Bernier
Richard Bernier

I cannot hire an attorney at this time due to needing my decision and no matter what, I am planning on suing for one million plus due to non disclosure. My claim is for retroactive from 1956 to present. If I were to hire an attorney, he would get his normal retroactive fee. I have done all of the work and an attorney would never have done what I have done. I am fortunate I type 80 WPM which helps my cause. There are thoughts I was a gineau pig. I work on this 24/7 due to righteousness and fair play.

brenda
brenda

just maybe one day those peoples working in the government will be in our shoes needing help to get what’s rightfully theirs, then they’ll see just what us as “DISABLE VETERANS ARE GOING THROUGH…I PRAY & HOPE ALL DISABLE VETERANS WILL BE ABLE TO RECEIVE COMPENSATION THAT ARE DUED TO THEM BEFORE WE ALL LEAVE THIS WORLD…..DON’T WORRY VETS, “GOD” SEES AND HEARS EVERYHING, HE WILL MAKE OUR ENEMIES OUR FOOTSTOOLS….SO LOOK OUT ALL OF YOU SO CALLED WORKERS FOR THE GOVERNMENT WHO’S TRYING TO KEEP US FROM RECEIVING WHAT IS OWED TO US, “GOD” IS GOING TO WORK OUR PROBLEMS OUT FOR US…WE ARE GOING TO WIN, BECAUSE “GOD” SAID WE ARE….”KEEP THE FAITH DISABLE VETERANS”….”BE BLESS”

Apostle Terry Ruschmeyer
Apostle Terry Ruschmeyer

AMEN! AMEN!! NEVER GIVE UP!! KEEP GOING!!!

Tony
Tony

God Bless You and I Agree completely

Terry
Terry

I love it. It is so true that the people sitting behind the desks and making these decisions about our livelihood do not have a clue. If they were in our shoes they wouldn’t be able to wear them because they probably couldn’t handle it. I don’t know about you but the times I get a rejection letter, I put it in my bible because I know “It is already DONE.” How do I know this to be true, because GOD said so. Amen my sister

Charles RJ
Charles RJ

I would like to know if some one can advise me on how to proceed. I was honorably discharged from USMC for chronic back problems after a fall while in training. I was not rated because according to Navy doctors, an MRI reports showed a spinal bifida occulta S1 defect (birth defect). After 27 years and a lifetime of chronic back pain and related complications, I find-out by three independent orthopedic surgeons, that I have no birth
defect, but an old injury, which now renders me unemployable.

cherga90
cherga90

I hate to hear of so many verterans having to go through so much red tape for help. I filed a claim about a year ago for a primary immune deficiency called CVID which first manifest during my service. The VA finally sent me to a QTC doctor who turned me down saying that I was born with this. I was not born with this. I went into the Navy a healty 25 year old. My immunologist reviewed my medical records and had written a supporting letter saying this happened during time in service. The worst part is the QTC doctor I was sent to is an orthopedic/spinal doctor. How does his opinion over rule a board certified immunologist? By the way, the QTC doctor spent maybe 3-5 minutes with me, did no examination, and asked for no health history. I have asked my VSO to file a letter of disagreement along with a second letter from my immunologist stating that I was not born with this disease but rather developed it in while in the military. My VSO was helpful to file the paperwork, but is quick to let me know I probably have no chance since the QTC doctor turned me down. I’m not ready to give up yet.

Jose luis Trevino
Jose luis Trevino

QTC: There is more here than meets the eye folks. Who is OTC? OTC performs
examinations for the VA. Who was leading the VA prior to the current Secretary
of The VA. Research: http://www.VA Watchdog.org. Read up on OTC (Millions)and Diamond Bar Company (Billions). Yes got it: The former Secretary of The VA!!!! Click on Trace Your Claim
on Top of screen–strode all the way down…check out their filing system. Afterwards Click on C & P Exam on the
left side of the screen–there it is folks!!

mstaiadair
mstaiadair

Hi
 
I am a military mom, my boy served on the USS Enterprise…He came home a wreck. I immediately got POA Power of Attorney and began seeking treatment for him. I waited until I had enough medical evidence. Actually I started gathering evidence when he was in because I started seeing symptoms, not quite PSTD but more Bipolar, he saw psych at least three separate time on the ship during the time of other shipmates committing suicide.
So we when went to QTC, and I already faxed his evidence that I gathered including the reckless driving speeding tickets, my documented proof of me trying to contact the base before he deployed, I wanted him to talk to somebody”. I was told that he will be approved. I am very good with SSI/SSDI cases because that is my actual job 9 to five..
 
So I am waiting to see what she says is true that means he got approved in the matter of months. As my boy mind is clearing up I see other issues that will raise his ratings.
 
So I want to impart some of what I did- hopefully it would someone case here and
Thank you for your service
 
1. get as much medical evidence you can gather, even if you went to jail and medicine for it.
2. Use your firing from job as evidence- especially for any mental health issues ie: poor performance, agrressive etc..
3. Use any workman comp awards after your served and it pertains to your present claim, espeically if you believe that the military cause the issue in the first place…like mental health issues, some work settings can worsen symptoms with PSTD, Major Depression and insomonia
 
If you were EVER in prison as a result to your mental illness after you served, use those records including any release conditions- must see psych or be violate, must take medication be violated, those conditions..
Domestic Violence Records can be helpful if it describes your behavior ” bizarre” ” crazy” ”off his/her medication”
 
Family History is important- I once won a case for person who dad was a vet with pstd, daughter air force pstd, son arm bipolar, another some navy bipolar..raised the ratings
 

Ms Adair

mstaiadair
mstaiadair

Fax if you can depending what phase of the claim you are in- your evidence often as possible, present it well. I hope this help a case * I meant to say that..

Jeff
Jeff

I served on the Enterprise and wanted to know what where some of her findings about the ship. I Had several bought of bronchitis, my sinus are messed up and have this repeated vertigo symptoms head aches.

Joseph Anthony
Joseph Anthony

need a VA layer to represent me in a denial of disability  claim 2012 ?/ help please Joseph.A.G.  

mstaiadair
mstaiadair

 @Joseph AnthonyHi Anthony
where do you live? I know a VA lawyer Jorgensen Law they are in San Diego California, just in case my son gets a denial I would be ready….
 

Joseph Anthony
Joseph Anthony

 @mstaiadair
 IN ….MD and no luck so far ,pardon my spelling,thanks for reply !

Bob Robinson
Bob Robinson

Look up Woods and Woods Legal Group on the internet, they are pretty good.

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