Will Lay Evidence Help my VA Disability Claim?

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Video Description

➡️ Veterans think they have to have a nexus statement to win the disability benefits that they deserve. Certain types of claims claim that a nexus statement is very valuable, and it can mean the difference between a win or a loss. But there are also many types of claims where lay evidence is just as vital, if not more so. Lay evidence can support service connection, chronic disability existed in service, and the correct rating if you win service connection for your condition. Lay evidence is invaluable for a veteran to win the benefits that they truly medically qualify for. Lay evidence is very important. Watch our video to understand more about lay evidence and how we may be able to help you receive your VA disability benefits.