Is There Sufficient Medical Evidence to Appeal my VA Claim?

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Video Description

➡️Many Veterans are disappointed when they receive a decision letter from the VA that is not favorable. A lot of Veterans tend to give up on their disabilities once they receive a denial. They are tired of the process and don’t know if they should continue. If you find yourself stuck at this crossroads, keep in mind a large portion of VA appeals are overturned, and the veteran usually is granted service connection for their condition.