What will a C&P examiner ask me about PTSD?



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➡️ Many Veterans are concerned or reluctant to go to a C&P exam. There are many reasons veterans are fearful about a PTSD C&P exam. The C&P examiner will be exploring answers to four questions:
1.) Do you have a current chronic mental health condition?
2.) Explore the event you believe caused the PTSD.
3.) Is there a link between that event and your current chronic mental health symptoms?
4.) Level of disability.

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