Recently, I received a letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”) increasing my client’s service connected disability amount. It was a case of getting the right information to the right person. The veteran’s physician was willing to examine the veteran and complete a questionnaire regarding the veteran’s service connected disability. The exam and questionnaire were forwarded to the VA, along with a letter explaining that the evidence was competent medical evidence. Within a few months, the VA wrote us back stating that it was adopting the submitted evidence and that a new rating decision would be issued promptly. Not all cases are this straight forward, but it’s good to know the veteran will not face any more delays.
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