Hi, I am an honorably discharged combat Veteran. I am filing an appeal for PTSD with the Dept of Veteran Affairs as well as other claims. If anyone close to the Bath, NY area has experience with this please drop me a note.
My firm handles VA appeals all the time for veterans all across the US. If distance is an issue, we usually video conference and conduct telephone conferences. Feel free to visit my profile and read my bio on my firm website. If you like what you see, send me an email.
I am a Massachusetts attorney and answer questions based on Massachusetts law. The above answer is for educational purposes only and does not create an attorney client relationship or constitute legal advice.
You have one year to file your Notice of Disagreement after being denied your PTSD rating. With PTSD, it is often good to include letters from buddies that witnessed the traumatic event in order to better paint the service connection for the VA.
Many of us here on Avvo are accredited to work with the VA and have experience working appeals via Notice of Disagreement. You can select a VA accredited attorney anywhere in the country to assist you. Look around at some profiles and give some of us a call.
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