Episode 51: Delayed BVA Decisions
On this episode of Veterans Legal Lowdown, the CCK team is discussing the mailing delay that affected decision letters from the Board of Veterans Appeals. Typically, if a veteran is unhappy with the outcome of their claim, the veteran has 120 days from the date the Board mailed the decision letter regarding their claim to file an appeal with the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. After this 120-day period, the Board decision becomes final and the veteran must restart the entire claims process if they still wish to seek VA benefits. Join us as we explain the impact of this delay on veterans looking to file an appeal.
- Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims has authority to certify class action, Federal Circuit rules
- VA Claim Process Explained
- VA Improperly Processed Over 30,000 Veterans Claims Involving the Spine
- 10 Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims Cases All Veterans Should Know: Part 1
- Everything you need to know about the new Rapid Appeals Modernization Program (RAMP)
- Should I Wait to File an Appeal Until VA Appeals Reform Takes Effect?
- What Is the Difference Between the Higher-Level Review Lane and the Supplemental Claim Lane?
- What Should You Include in Your Claim for TDIU?
- How Can a Veteran File an Appeal in the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program (RAMP)?
- Why Did the VA Create the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program (RAMP)?
- CCK Court Win: Precedential Decision on VA Unemployability
- Understanding VA Decision Letters
- VA Claims for Nerve Conditions
- How VA Will Process Blue Water Navy Veterans’ Claims – Video
- VA Appeals Reform: Proposed Regulations
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