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Whether you served two years or thirty, as a member (or former member) of the Armed Forces of the United States, you’re entitled to compensation for injury or illness incurred or aggravated in the Service of you country. As the years pass from the filing of your original claim, you can expect that some service-connected disabilities shall worsen and as a result, you can fi Whether you served two years or thirty, as a member (or former member) of the Armed Forces of the United States, you’re entitled to compensation for injury or illness incurred or aggravated in the Service of you country. As the years pass from the filing of your original claim, you can expect that some service-connected disabilities shall worsen and as a result, you can file additional claims for increase or, should secondary conditions arise, you may also file for additional disability benefits for any secondary conditions. There are also some unique benefits available based on needs that may stem from your disabilities. These include special housing and automobile adaptation and aid and attendance benefits. Filing a claim with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA) is your way to obtaining tax free disability compensation benefits. However, many Veterans experience significant and largely avoidable delays in the processing of their claims because of needless errors, omissions or conflicting information throughout several key phases in the life of your claim. To the uninitiated, the VA’s Disability Compensation claims process can seem a daunting and sometimes frustrating endeavor. This is no doubt reinforced by the negative news stories that has plagued VA in the last year. However, I am asking you to put aside the negative publicity because you have much to gain in furthering your understanding of several key elements in the claims process. I wrote this book in an effort to remove some of the mystery behind VA’s disability claims process and share with you some insight that will help guide you through your own claim–from start to finish. As you read this book, try to think of this as me walking you through your claim; warning you of the obstacles that lie ahead and sharing some goodies for you to pick up along the way. During the span of my seven-year career with the Veterans Benefits Administration, I was Coach. Before then, I served the VA and Veterans in having been a Veterans Service Representative (VSR), an employee responsible for developing claims and also as a Rating Veterans Service Representative (RVSR), one who actually rated disabilities and granted or denied service connection for claimed conditions. Through my experience in these unique responsibilities, I providing you a personal roadmap for completing your own claim


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Whether you served two years or thirty, as a member (or former member) of the Armed Forces of the United States, you’re entitled to compensation for injury or illness incurred or aggravated in the Service of you country. As the years pass from the filing of your original claim, you can expect that some service-connected disabilities shall worsen and as a result, you can fi Whether you served two years or thirty, as a member (or former member) of the Armed Forces of the United States, you’re entitled to compensation for injury or illness incurred or aggravated in the Service of you country. As the years pass from the filing of your original claim, you can expect that some service-connected disabilities shall worsen and as a result, you can file additional claims for increase or, should secondary conditions arise, you may also file for additional disability benefits for any secondary conditions. There are also some unique benefits available based on needs that may stem from your disabilities. These include special housing and automobile adaptation and aid and attendance benefits. Filing a claim with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA) is your way to obtaining tax free disability compensation benefits. However, many Veterans experience significant and largely avoidable delays in the processing of their claims because of needless errors, omissions or conflicting information throughout several key phases in the life of your claim. To the uninitiated, the VA’s Disability Compensation claims process can seem a daunting and sometimes frustrating endeavor. This is no doubt reinforced by the negative news stories that has plagued VA in the last year. However, I am asking you to put aside the negative publicity because you have much to gain in furthering your understanding of several key elements in the claims process. I wrote this book in an effort to remove some of the mystery behind VA’s disability claims process and share with you some insight that will help guide you through your own claim–from start to finish. As you read this book, try to think of this as me walking you through your claim; warning you of the obstacles that lie ahead and sharing some goodies for you to pick up along the way. During the span of my seven-year career with the Veterans Benefits Administration, I was Coach. Before then, I served the VA and Veterans in having been a Veterans Service Representative (VSR), an employee responsible for developing claims and also as a Rating Veterans Service Representative (RVSR), one who actually rated disabilities and granted or denied service connection for claimed conditions. Through my experience in these unique responsibilities, I providing you a personal roadmap for completing your own claim

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    Finally, a road map! My primary and special clinic doctors have repeatedly stated that my medics condition is chronic and deteriorating. If I had the information from this book the first time I submitted my claim, my claim would have gone through. This time I know my rights and how to ask for them.

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