A C-file, or claims file, contains all the documents related to a veteran’s VA claims. It includes all evidence and forms the veteran has submitted and all documents the VA has created. This includes, but is not limited to, a veteran’s DD214, medical records, lay statements, service records, rating decisions, denials, and appeals. Essentially, the […]
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If you are looking for a Notice of Disagreement form to appeal your VA disability benefits, this article will help you find the right one.
When you look at the statistics of what the BVA denies and approves, you can see that working with a certified VA lawyer is your best option.
A remanded VA disability application is one that the VA is going to do more research over. It can turn out better for you in the end.
If you are put on TDRL or PDRL in the service, those same documents may help you get VA disability payments too. Let’s look at your claim.