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It was once said that the definition of insanity is doing the same things over and over again and expecting different results. The fact of the matter is that the VA Disability Compensation claims process has been around since the end of the Revolutionary War – and NOBODY ever teaches Veterans how to file a VA Claim.
The typical Veteran fills out a form, attaches a few hundred pages of medical records, and sends it in to the VBA to process their claim for disability benefits. Then, when the VA denies the claim, they send in a DIFFERENT form, with another 500 pages of medical records. Then, when the VA denies the appeal, they send in yet another form, with the same 500 pages of medical records…maybe sprinkled with a rant or two about the inefficiencies of the VA Bureaucracy.
I can teach you how to prepare, develop and file the second type of VA Claim – the one that the VA Rater WANTS to get taken care of. I tell you though, I have seen some top-notch VSOs – the way you can spot a good VSO is that they are curious and like to investigate.

How does a Veteran KNOW, though, what basic investigation a VSO should be doing to build a Fully Developed Claim? On that map, I had spots to identify and organize all the vital elements of the VA Claims I filed for my clients.
It keep me focused on what I needed to prove, and it helped me make sure that I didn’t miss anything important.
In fact, as I write this in February 2015, I got news that we won a TDIU Claim for one of our clients in under 3 months. I would love to tell you about the VA Claims Map – visit this post to find out more about it and  where you can get your copy. If you take nothing else out of this post, I want you to remember this: you have more power than you think you do in filing VA Claims. If you understand what you need to include in your Fully Developed Claim, take the time to organize it for the VA Rater, and present a clear and concise argument why you are entitled to VA Disability Compensation claims, than I promise you this: You Will Change the Way You Experience the VA Claims Process.

I am a retired Vietnam vet living in the Philippines and want to purchase the book if it is ebook format. All of the books in the Veterans Law Blog BOokstore are eBooks…all the videos are streaming videos you can access through a Store Account Page.
Thanks for the kind words – the passion that I have for working with Veterans and their survivors continues to be the thing that gets me out of bed in the morning.

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