Episode 61: What to Do When VA Proposes to Reduce Your Disability Rating
VA has the ability to reduce disability ratings to ensure that each veteran is being compensated for their current level of disability. If VA thinks a veteran’s condition will improve over time when initially rating them, they will schedule a re-evaluation of the veteran’s condition during which they may potentially reduce their disability rating. Tune in to catch the CCK team as we discuss what veterans can do when VA proposes to reduce their disability rating. We will explain what triggers a rating reduction, the rules VA has to follow, and how you can fight a proposed rating reduction. We will also discuss which types of ratings are protected from VA reductions.
- VA Disability Ratings for Cysts Explained
- Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and VA Individual Unemployability (TDIU)
- 8 Tips for your VA Disability Claim or Appeal
- Veteran (VA) Disability Ratings for Sarcoidosis
- VA Disability Ratings for Sinusitis
- What Can I Do to Make the VA Disability Process Go Faster?
- Is My VA Disability Rating Permanent?
- How Do I Increase My VA Disability Rating?
- What Are the Current VA Disability Compensation Rates for 2019?
- What Are the Current VA Disability Compensation Rates for 2018?
- Mental Health Ratings at VA
- Burn Pits and VA Disability Benefits
- VA Disability Benefits For Cancer
- VA Disability for Arthritis
- How to Increase Your VA Disability Rating
- Extraschedular VA Ratings Definition
- Service-Connected Disability Definition
- Staged Ratings Definition
- Analogous Rating Definition
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