You will need an increase VA Disability form with plenty of the right medical evidence for your VA Claim. Without medical evidence, you will probably not be able to increase your VA Disability rating.
Evidence needed for your disability claim
When you file a disability claim, we review all available evidence (supporting documents) to determine if you qualify for benefits. Find out what evidence we’ll need—and what your options are for gathering documents to support your claim.
What evidence will VA look for to support my INCREASE VA Disability Rating From 80 to 100?
We’ll look for evidence that shows you have:
A current physical or mental disability (damage to your body or mind that makes you less able—or totally unable—to do everyday tasks, including meaningful work), and An event, injury, or illness that happened while you were serving in the military to cause this disability
What documents will I need to support my claim?
We require certain documents to support all claims for disability benefits.
You’ll need to submit or give us permission to gather these:
Your DD214 or other separation documents Your service treatment records
* Any medical evidence related to your illness or injury (like doctor’s reports, X-rays, and medical test results)
“Statements in Support of A Claim” as well as “Buddy Letters.” The VA raters take them very seriously and read every word when evaluating your claim. Sadly, many veterans seeking service-connected compensation benefits from the VA are not aware of their importance.
These statements are important because they backup and validate your story! This is something you do not want to miss out on.
These statements can be from your spouse, friend, pastor, adult child, a fellow service member, or any other credible witness (18 years of age or older). A credible and supportive statement can be the catalyst for winning your VA disability claim.
It is important that the witness issuing the statement describes the event or injury in as much detail as possible. Providing dates and names also increases the credibility of the witness. Lastly, I highly recommend putting the following statement at the end of the buddy letter or statement in support of a claim:
“I certify that the contents of this letter are 100% true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief. If you require additional information, please contact me at the phone, email, or address listed below.”
What is a Nexus Letter?
* A Nexus Letter is an evidence-based document prepared by a competent and credible medical professional that helps to establish a “connection” between the veteran’s current disability and their active-duty military service.
A Nexus Letter is often the “essential” piece of evidence needed to help a veteran get their VA disability service-connected.
What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a complex disorder characterized by extreme fatigue in veterans that can’t be explained by any specific medical condition.
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