The Power of Objective Evidence for VA Disability Claim

Need help with medical consulting to support your VA disability benefits? We may be able to help! Get started today!

Video Disclaimer⬇️

Vet Comp & Pen Medical Consulting, LLC. (VCP) does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of the information contained in this video. Nothing contained or provided in the video is intended to constitute advice or to serve as a substitute for the advice of a licensed healthcare provider, attorney, or agent accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to assist with the filling of disability claims. Any reliance you place on this information is strictly at your own risk.

Always seek the advice of your qualified medical provider, attorney, or VA agent, to address individual circumstances. This video is for general information purposes only. All uses of the term “you” are for illustrative purposes regarding a hypothetical veteran. VCP disclaims any control over, relationship with, or endorsement of the ideas expressed by viewers of this content.

Video Description

➡️If you’re a veteran and you’re claiming disability after military service, your VA disability claim will go through several phases. The first phase will be the “claim submitted” phase and the initial review of your claim. The next phase is the “gathering of evidence” phase. Your rater is looking for evidence to make the right decision on your claim. The rater does this in many ways. They may order for a C&P exam or ask you to provide treatment notes if you have gone to a private practice for your condition. If you were prescribed medication or referred to a specialist for your condition, they will also request to see treatment notes. At Vet Comp and Pen Medical Consulting, we specialize in helping Veterans develop the best medical evidence to support their VA disability claim, including subjective evidence and objective medical evidence, such as medical opinions, treatment notes, or private diagnosis of conditions.