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Written by attorney Kenneth Lewis LaVan | Nov 30, 2014

What to Expect at VA Disability Hearings

You can appeal a decision that the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) makes about whether you are eligible for benefits. VA disability hearings provide veterans whose claims were denied a chance to appeal the denial.

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A hearing is a critical component in the appeal of your VA disability claim decision. For help filing a request for a hearing, speak to a veterans’ disability attorney. A lawyer can help identify errors that were made in the processing of your claim which resulted in your denial. An attorney can also help you obtain the medical evidence that is necessary to file a successful claim, or enhance the quality of your claim.

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