PER CURIAM ORDERED, by the PANEL, that Mr. Rosinski's April 27, 2017, motion for aggregate action is denied. It is further ORDERED that the petition is DISMISSED. (DAVIS, PIETSCH and GREENBERG)(DAVIS, CHIEF JUIDGE, CONCURRING)(GREENBERG, JUDGE, DISSE … [Read more...] about 17-1117 Douglas J. Rosinski v. David J. Shulkin, M.D.
Opinion that the BVA decn is reversed and remanded. DAVIS, Chief Judge, dissenting in part (DAVIS, PIETSCH and BARTLEY) … [Read more...] about 15-3463 Frazier Foreman v. David J. Shulkin, M.D.
Opinion, by the PANEL, that the Court will AFFIRM the portions of the January 14, 2016, Board decision denying entitlement to service connection for sleep apnea, as secondary to a service-connected psychiatric disorder, and the reopening of a claim f … [Read more...] about 16-1515 Joseph Harvey, Jr. v. David J. Shulkin, M.D.
Opinion that the BVA decn is vacated and remanded GREENBERG, Judge: The appellant, James Golden, Jr., appeals through counsel that part of a December 30, 2015, Board of Veterans' Appeals (Board) decision that denied a disability rating in excess of 7 … [Read more...] about 16-1208 James Golden, Jr. v. David J. Shulkin, M.D.
The following are all the announcements regarding Veterans Affairs for October . Read what rules, regulations and hearing are coming down the pike. Application for Cash Surrender or Policy Loan: Agency Information Collection Activity October 30, 2017 The Application for Cash Surrender or Policy Loan solicits information needed from Veterans to apply for cash surrender value … [Read more...] about Oct. 2017 VA Federal Register Announcements
Berta posted this reminder about Clemons v Shinkseki when claiming mental health disabilities. Read the full post and additional comments here. "The scope of a mental health disability claim includes any mental health disability that could reasonably be encompassed by the claimant's description of the claim, reported symptoms, and the other information of … [Read more...] about Clemons v. Shinseki – Scope of a mental health disability claim includes any mental health disability that could reasonably be encompassed by the claimant’s description of the claim, reported symptoms, and the other information of record.
https://www.veteranslawblog.org/va-c-p-exam-results/ This article is referenced from a longer article on “How to Use Court Cases to Improve Your Veterans Affairs Claim or Appeal” I’ve also include the summary from the case for reference along with links to the complete article on Chris’s site the Veterans Law Blog. Excerpt from “Bad Medicine? 6 Ways to Challenge VA C&P … [Read more...] about Challenging Your C&P Exam
VA TL 10-07 below Rescinds VA TL 07-01 | September 14, 2010 | SUBJ: Adjudication of Claims for Total Disability Based on Individual Unemployability (TDIU) PURPOSE Our purpose in issuing this training letter is to revise and clarify our policies and procedures concerning the adjudication of TDIU decisions in order to restore the original intention of the TDIU evaluation – … [Read more...] about Total Disability Ratings Based on Individual Unemployability (IU) – VA Training Letter 10-97 Rescinds Training Letter 07-01
Appeals process: The multi-stage appellate process is available to you after you have already received one or more decisions on your claim, but disagree with some aspect of VA’s decision. During the appellate process, an appeal undergoes additional independent reviews, often multiple times and by different adjudicators, as you or your representative submit new evidence and/or … [Read more...] about Veterans Affairs Disability Claims Appeals
http://www.bva.va.gov/docs/VLR_VOL3/1-Allen-TheLawofVeteransBenefitsPages1-66.pdf THE LAW OF VETERANS’ BENEFITS 2008-2010 The Law of Veterans’ Benefits 2008-2010: Significant Developments, Trends, and a Glimpse into the Future Michael P. Allen1 INTRODUCTION The two-year period addressed in this article has been a busy time for the United States Court of Appeals for … [Read more...] about Law of Veterans’ Benefits 2008-2010