US Army PTSD denials are not the end of the road for a VA disability claim. Many veterans are forced to appeal bad VA decisions. If you want to talk to a law firm about appealing your US Army PTSD denial, you can for free. Ask us all the questions you have about appealing. Get help by filling out the free consultation form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.
Frequently Asked Questions about US Army PTSD denials:
How long do I have to appeal? Veterans that received US Army PTSD denials have the option to file a PTSD VA disability benefits appeal for one year after the VA made its decision. If you have waited too long you can reapply and start the process over.
Why did the VA deny my claim? The Veterans Administration denies claims for many reasons. One of the most common reasons is that the veteran did not submit enough evidence.
How do I get the right evidence to win an appeal? Our lawyers generally start by combing through your medical records. Then we work with doctors, psychologists, and vocational experts to write reports about your PTSD and how it is service-connected.
Will I need a lawyer to appeal my denial? We highly suggest you work with an experienced attorney. Many free VSOs simply don’t have the resources and staff needed to adequately submit an appeal. If you have a simple case, a free VSO may be enough. But if you have a more complicated claim, like Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) benefits or PTSD benefits, we recommend working with an attorney.
Can I get Individual Unemployability for PTSD? Veterans who cannot work because of their PTSD may be eligible. PTSD Individual Unemployability benefits pay the same as a 100 percent VA Disability rating. However, your rating does not have to equal 100% to receive Individual Unemployability benefits. If you can’t work from PTSD and related conditions, gives us a call.
Is it easy to get a 100% P&T PTSD rating? No. The VA does not like to give out 100% Permanent and Total PTSD ratings because many veterans show improvement with treatment. To obtain a 100% P&T PTSD rating, your condition will have to be extremely severe.
There is a link between PTSD and other service-connected injuries.
Depression: PTSD can be linked to make other mental and physical conditions. For example, PTSD and depression are directly linked. If your PTSD is considered service-connected, your depression should be considered a secondary service-connected impairment.
Bipolar Disorder: Many veterans with PTSD also suffer from anxiety and bipolar disorder. There is VA benefits help for bipolar disorder and anxiety if they are secondary to your PTSD.
Sleep Apnea: There is a link between PTSD and Sleep Apnea. Veterans may be able to service-connect both conditions for various reasons. If you want to learn how to service-connect PTSD and Sleep Apnea, talk to our law firm. We can find out if they are related and therefore service-connected.
Hearing Problems: Studies are now showing that veterans with hearing loss or tinnitus may also suffer from PTSD. We have seen many veterans suffer from both conditions, but until recently there wasn’t a clear link.
Anger: You probably already know this, but PTSD and anger are directly related. Anger from PTSD can completely change a veteran’s life. Many veterans are unable to work because of their anger problems from PTSD.
Many veterans receive US Army PTSD denials – you are not alone.
U.S. Army PTSD denials have become all too common. Veterans with PTSD have been through enough – they are tired of being pushed around by the Veterans Administration system.
We understand your frustration with the Veterans Administration. When clients hire our law firm, they no longer have to talk to the VA, they now talk to their law firm. Our US Army PTSD denial lawyers takeover your claim and deal with the VA for you. Our VA certified disability attorneys will gather all the medical evidence needed and may work with case experts.
This is a tough time in your life. We can make getting through US Army PTSD denials easier by handling your claim for you. Remember, we are here to help.
Our US Army PTSD denials lawyers can help.
Was your PTSD claim denied? Talk to us for free. Woods & Woods is a national veterans disability benefits law firm that protects veterans and their families rights. Our veterans disability lawyers have helped thousands of veterans and their families. We know this is a tough time in your life and we want to help. If you have received an U.S. Army PTSD denial, don’t take “no” for an answer. For a free legal consultation regarding your rights and veterans disability benefits, fill out the online contact form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.