Episode 60: Do You Really Need That Board Hearing?
Join the CCK team as they discuss the backlog of hearings at the Board of Veterans Appeals on this episode of Veterans Legal Lowdown. They will review what a Board hearing entails and explain the types of hearings to which veterans have access, as well as review the pros and cons of requesting a hearing. The CCK team will also take a closer look at the reason for the backlog, comparing the number of pending cases in the Legacy system and the AMA system and the number of decisions issued. In addition, we will offer our advice to veterans with pending hearings or those considering withdrawing their hearing. Join us to hear all this and more!
- Appeals Reform Notice of Disagreement vs. Legacy Appeals System Notice of Disagreement
- Appeals Reform: How Implementation Will Affect Pending Claims and Appeals
- Remands from the Board of Veterans’ Appeals Under Appeals Reform
- Hearings with the Board of Veterans’ Appeals
- Appeals Reform: Board of Veterans’ Appeals Board 2.0 – Every Decision Matters
- What is the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (BVA)?
- I Received an Unfavorable Board Decision; What Should I Do?
- How Long Does It Take for VA to Review Evidence?
- What is a Decision Review Officer (DRO)?
- What Is the Difference Between the Higher-Level Review Lane and the Supplemental Claim Lane?
- VA Appeals Reform: RAMP in Review (Jan. 2019)
- Do You NEED That Board Hearing
- VA Claims for Hearing Loss and Tinnitus
- The Board of Veterans’ Appeals Explained
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