VA Claims and Appeals Process eBook
CCK presents its new eBook – VA Claims and Appeals Process, now available for free download!
This eBook will help veterans and their loved ones understand the process that begins after they file a claim or appeal. CCK’s eBook provides an outline of how long veterans can expect to wait for a decision on their case. It also explains the compensation veterans may be entitled to and the types of VA claims that can be filed.
What You Will Learn:
In this all-encompassing eBook, veterans will gain critical insight into the claims and appeals process. Specifically, veterans will learn about:
- The types of VA disability claims
- How to file a claim for VA disability benefits
- Differences between the Legacy and AMA systems
- Important deadlines veterans must meet
- The timeframes of both the Legacy and AMA appeal systems
- And more.
Save this eBook to your device to use as a reference throughout your VA case. Download your copy for free today!
Understanding the VA Claims and Appeals System
First, there are multiple types of claims veterans can file for benefits. These include initial claims, claims for an increased rating or Total Disability based on Individual Unemployability (TDIU), claims for secondary service connection, and claims for survivors’ benefits.
Additionally, there are two systems for appeals: the Legacy system and the AMA system. The Legacy system was in place prior to the implementation of the Appeals Modernization Act (AMA) in 2019. Each system has different avenues for appeal and different timelines for how long it may take to receive a decision.
Accredited Representatives May Be Able to Help Your Case
If you need help navigating the VA claims and appeals system, accredited representatives often have the necessary experience and expertise. The veterans’ advocates at Chisholm Chisholm & Kilpatrick can craft skilled arguments, gather evidence, and submit documentation to VA on your behalf, alleviating some of the stress that comes with the VA claims and appeals process. Contact our office today for a free case evaluation.
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