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PTSD Nexus Letters  

In this post, we’ll explore the value of a nexus letter for PTSD. We’ll also examine the role a nexus letter can play in helping you get the PTSD VA rating you deserve.   PTSD is more common in veterans than civilians, and some studies show PTSD is three times more likely among deployed veterans compared […]

Nexus Letter for Secondary Conditions  

For veterans navigating the complexities of VA disability claims, understanding the importance of a nexus letter for secondary conditions is crucial.  Nexus letters add a layer of credibility to your case and can help expedite the decision-making process.   This article will explore the significance of nexus letters for secondary conditions, how to get a nexus […]
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GERD VA Disability Rating Changes  

On March 19th, 2024, the VA announced several changes to the rating criteria for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) and fifty-four other medical conditions.  In this post, we examine what the VA is changing and how it impacts your GERD VA disability rating.  What is Changing? The most notable change is the complete restructuring of the […]

Sleep Apnea Secondary to Allergic Rhinitis Nexus Letter  

If your VA claim was denied or you didn’t receive the disability rating you deserve, you may be missing crucial information like a nexus letter.   A nexus letter frequently proves to be the missing link when service-connecting your condition to your military service.   In this post, we’ll discuss how a sleep apnea secondary to allergic […]

Nexus Letter for Sleep Apnea Secondary to Asthma

Do you need a nexus letter for sleep apnea secondary to asthma? A nexus letter is frequently the missing link to receiving a winning VA disability claim.   It’s common for veterans to develop asthma due to toxin, smoke, or burn pit exposure causing an inflammation of the airways which may increase the chances of developing […]

Nexus Letter for Sleep Apnea Secondary to Sinusitis

Is a nexus letter for sleep apnea secondary to sinusitis your missing link? If you’ve received a denied claim, you’ll want to understand the significant impact a nexus letter can make.  In this guide, we’ll cover how a nexus letter impacts your VA disability claim, the steps to get service connected for sleep apnea secondary […]

Nexus Letter for Sleep Apnea Secondary to PTSD

Was your sleep apnea VA disability claim denied?  Or maybe you’ve received multiple denied VA disability claims.  Do you need a medical professional to draft a sleep apnea nexus letter to help you establish a service connection to claim sleep apnea secondary to your PTSD? Don’t worry. You’ve come to the right place. In this […]

Nexus Letter for GERD

In this post, we’ll explore the Nexus Letter for GERD, including its significance and role in helping you get the VA rating for GERD that you deserve. We’ll also take a look at IBS Nexus Letters and how they can increase your chances of service connection. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) […]

VA Claim Denied With Nexus Letter? 

If you had a VA claim denied with nexus letter, you may wonder what went wrong.  While nexus letters aren’t required, they frequently help bridge the gap between an award and denial on your VA disability claim. However, they aren’t always the golden ticket to a winning claim.  Receiving a VA claim denial can be […]
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