Episode 1: VA Errors in the Appeals Modernization Act (AMA)
On this episode of the Veterans Legal Lowdown, we start our miniseries on the Appeals Modernization Act (AMA). A year after the AMA was officially signed into law, host Robert Chisholm and guest Brad Hennings talk about some of the challenges VA is experiencing with the implementation of the new appeals system and what they mean for veterans and their disability claims. Topics include inconsistent identification of favorable findings in VA decisions; incorrect rejection of supplemental claim forms; issues with certification of Legacy appeals to the Board; Duty to Assist errors at the Board; and more.
- 9 Myths About the VA Appeals Modernization Act
- Remands from the Board of Veterans’ Appeals Under Appeals Reform
- FAQ Friday: When the Board remands your appeal, what happens?
- Full Implementation of Appeals Reform: VA Publishes Updates to Adjudications Manual
- Appeals Reform: Board of Veterans’ Appeals Board 2.0 – Every Decision Matters
- What is the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (BVA)?
- Can Anyone Opt Into the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program (RAMP)?
- I Received an Unfavorable Board Decision; What Should I Do?
- What Should You Include in Your Claim for TDIU?
- Once I Opt In to RAMP Can I Ever Return to the Legacy Appeals Process?
- Top 7 Reasons Why VA Denies Claims – Video
- VA Claims for Hearing Loss and Tinnitus
- Monk v. Wilkie: Class Actions at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC)
- VA Appeals Reform: RAMP in Review (Jan. 2019)
- The New VA Appeals System, Explained
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