Episode 38: PTSD Stressors Explained
In order to prove a service connection claim for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Veterans must first verify their stressor. Today’s discussion breaks down how to verify your stressor, whether combat-related or not, and the special rules VA must consider when adjudicating a claim for PTSD.
- VA Disability Benefits for PTSD and Depression
- Board Lacks Adequate Reasons and Bases in Denying SMC A&A Based on PTSD Alone
- Was your TBI claim denied between 2007 and 2015? Don’t miss your chance to get reevaluated
- Statement in Support of Claim for VA Benefits
- CCK Secures Service Connection for Retinitis Pigmentosa in CUE Claim Dating Back to 1981
- How to File a Claim for Agent Orange Exposure?
- What Should You Include in Your Claim for TDIU?
- What Is the Difference Between the Higher-Level Review Lane and the Supplemental Claim Lane?
- Is Having Your TDIU Claim Deferred Bad News?
- Does RAMP Change the Process for Filing an Initial Disability Claim With VA?
- Post 9/11 PTSD Claims
- How and When to Appeal Your VA Claim Decision
- How to Win Your VA Claim – Video
- Top 8 Disability Claim & Appeal Tips
- BREAKING NEWS: Court Rules Blue Water Navy Veterans Should Be Eligible for Agent Orange Presumption
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