Episode 57: VA Fully Developed Claims
The Fully Developed Claims (FDC) program is an optional way for veterans to file many kinds of VA claims, including claims for disability compensation, TDIU, and pensions. Veterans may choose to file a fully developed claim when they have collected all the evidence they would like VA to consider in its decision. Join the CCK team as we discuss fully developed claims. We will explain how an FDC differs from a standard claim, how to file an FDC, and why veterans might choose this type of claim. Tune in to get all the details!
- How to File a Motion for Advancement on the Docket
- 8 Tips for your VA Disability Claim or Appeal
- VA Claim Deferred: What This Means and What to Do
- CCK LIVE: Claims at the Board of Veterans’ Appeals
- VA Claims for Hip Pain Secondary to Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD)
- Is Having Your TDIU Claim Deferred Bad News?
- What Is the Difference Between the Higher-Level Review Lane and the Supplemental Claim Lane?
- What Should You Include in Your Claim for TDIU?
- Should I Wait to File an Appeal Until VA Appeals Reform Takes Effect?
- Does RAMP Change the Process for Filing an Initial Disability Claim With VA?
- VA Claims Process
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Claims at VA
- Zantac Cancer Claims – Video
- Monk v. Wilkie: Class Actions at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC)
- PTSD Claims and Ratings
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