Published On Aug 5, 2022
How does the VA Board of Appeals process work and what should Veterans do to help win their claim for VA disability? In this episode of theSITREP, Mike explains a Veteran's three options with the Board of Appeals and how he went about winning his own appeal. Visit the links below for additional information on this topic and others.
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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is comprised of three different administrations:
(1) Veterans Health Administration (VHA) - Provides health care at 1,298 facilities, including 171 hospitals and 1,113 outpatient clinics, serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year.
(2) Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) - Provides a variety of benefits and services for Service Members, Veterans, and their families including compensation, pension and fiduciary, insurance, education, loan guaranty, vocational rehabilitation and employment, and more.
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