Medical Evidence Needed for a VA Claim

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Video Description

➡️Ultimately, when the VA evaluates your claim for benefits, there going to look at all the evidence to make a determination. Do you have a current chronic disability that affects your life that causes a loss of function and is that disability linked to your active duty military service?

There are essentially two types of medical evidence, objective evidence, and subjective evidence. Stay tuned to hear more about medical evidence and what is needed for a VA claim.