You need to understand how to get 100 VA disability and in my mind, it comes down to risk and secondary service connections. If you understand what the risk of a reduction looks like for your claim and accept it then you can proceed by filing your secondaries and that my friends are the easiest way to get a 100% VA rating.
It is a big jump to go from a 90% rating to a 100 VA rating but if you want to get to the promised land you need to understand how to play the game and if you win, you end up with a 100 percent VA disability rating.
In order to win your VA claim for veterans benefits, you have to prove that you have a disability and you have to prove that its service connected. Typically this means you need a diagnosis and a history of reporting the severity of your symptoms and then a nexus letter which ties your current disability with your active duty service. If you do not do this properly you will end up with a denial letter that says not service connected.
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