As soon as your VA disability claim is denied, your first step is to decide if you want to appeal.
The success of your VA disability appeal depends on your unique circumstances. Overall success rates vary and aren’t a reliable predictor for your own case.
Veterans have one year to file an appeal if they disagree with a VA decision. There are three methods of appealing–one route is through the BVA.
To appeal a VA decision, there are three options: file for a higher-level review, file a supplemental appeal, or appeal directly to the BVA.
Veterans can expedite their VA disability claims for several reasons. Find out if your situation qualifies for priority processing.
When pursuing an appeal, you have three options regarding how you would like the VA to review your case. It is important you know how the system works and the requirements so you can get the benefits you deserve.