Clear and Unmistakable Error (CUE) VA claims are also known as Motion for Revisions. CUE claims basically state that the rating decision is wrong on its face and should be set aside. The veteran must show that the facts in the C File and regulations at the time of the decision could lead to only one conclusion and that the Veterans Administration was wrong. CUE claims are not approved very often and many veterans should consider an appeal or other legal avenues in the VA disability appeal process instead.
About Clear and Unmistakable Error Veterans Benefits Claims
Monthly Compensation for Clear and Unmistakable Error Veterans Benefits Claims
Some veterans that won their CUE claims are receiving more than $3,332.06 a month from the Veterans Administration. If the veteran has dependent children and parents, they may be able to receive extra monthly compensation. Veterans that are unable to work may be able to receive Total Disability Individual Unemployability benefits.
When many veterans are approved VA benefits, they often receive a check from the Veterans Administration for back pay. This is the money that you should receive dating back to your effective date. Too often the Veterans Administration is wrong about effective dates and the veteran receives much less money than they deserve. Lots of veterans don’t even realize they are missing back pay benefits.
Appeals vs. Clear and Unmistakable Error Veterans Benefits Claims
If you are still within the time period to file a VA disability appeal, we often recommend you appeal over filing a Clear and Unmistakable Error (CUE) VA claim. CUE claims have the propensity to take a long time and are regularly denied. Many veterans chose to file CUE claims over an appeal and are denied. If you have questions about which is best for you, we highly suggest you talk to our veterans disability lawyers for a free legal consultation.