Tag Archives: PTSD VA disability

My Experience Filing A Winning PTSD Claim For Combat Veterans

If you need help with your VA Claim then I recommend signing up for the VA Claims Insider Elite Program. Here is a video that explains the process https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPmsbvVanv0 If you are interested in learning more about Va Mental Health Claims check out this playlist In order for me to explain how to file a… Read More »

VA Disability Claims for PTSD – *LIVE* with Dr. Sally Sharp and VA Claims Insider

✔️Join VA Claims Insider Elite, get instant access to the ELITE Experience Portal (EEP) and $7,500 worth of proprietary VA claim resources TODAY, and obtain a PTSD DBQ and Medical Nexus Letter for PTSD: http://www.vaclaimsinsiderelite.com 🎯 Veterans, watch my free webinar training here: http://www.vaclaimsinsidersecrets.com Dr. Sally Sharp from the VA Claims Insider Medical Team discusses… Read More »

How VA PTSD Ratings are like a Beauty Pageant: Part 2

This is a follow up video on an earlier one and provides more in depth information on how to handle the fact that VA may be judging you on your appearance as one factor in deciding the severity of your PTSD. Watch this video to be prepared for your exams and potential hearing. Source: Youtube

How VA PTSD Ratings are like a Beauty Pageant Part 1

If you really think about it, VA sort of treats PTSD claims like a beauty pageant. Why? Because the person’s appearance can be a factor in deciding a winner. Watch to find out more about the role your personal appearance may play in your VA PTSD claim. Source: Youtube

The Combat Presumption and PTSD Cases

If you are a combat veteran seeking PTSD disability benefits from VA, there are special rules that apply to your situation.It is important that you know these and use them to your advantage. In this video, we discuss what type of supporting evidence you may or may not need if the traumatic event is combat-related.… Read More »

Non-Combat PTSD

Are you a veteran suffering from PTSD even though you were never in combat? Many such veterans aren’t aware that non-combat PTSD can still be eligible for VA disability compensation. But, these claims do require more proof – watch to learn what you need to win this type of VA disability claim. Source: Youtube