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How to Win a VA Decision Appeal

Was Your VA Disability Claim Denied?

Your response to a rejected disability benefits claim is what counts.

The VA provides multiple opportunities for disabled veterans to appeal its decisions. But an appeal must address the initial problem — what kept your claim from being approved in the first place.

In most cases, your appeal of a VA benefits claim denied must provide evidence that was not previously in your claim file.

Your response to a rejected disability benefits claim is what counts. If you have applied for veterans' disability benefits and the VA denied your claim, you are not alone. The VA denies initial disability claims from many deserving veterans.

Berry Law Firm can help.

We pursue veterans’ disability appeals at every VA Regional Office in the United States.

We assist veterans with all levels of appeals whether it is before a VA Regional Office, the Board of Veterans’ Appeals, the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, or higher courts.

We have litigated claims that resulted in case law and changes to VA regulations. We know the way forward.

Reasons Why the VA Denies Disability Benefits Claims

Before a veteran goes through the VA appeals process, the veteran should understand why the VA denied his or her claim. The veteran’s appeal must directly address the VA’s rationale behind its decision and consider the evidence and law which the VA cited in its decision.

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You Can Appeal Any VA Decision

You have the right to appeal any decision by the VA that you think is incorrect.

The appeals process begins with filing a Notice of Disagreement (NOD) with your VA Regional Office (RO).

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Appealing VA Disability Claim: Get Help Now

The rules and regulations governing VA disability benefits claims are complex and confusing enough for any veteran’s initial claim to be denied. Unfortunately, the appeals process is even more complicated and confusing.

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Veterans Helping Veterans with PTSD

At Berry Law Firm, our attorneys are military veterans who help fellow veterans pursue the VA disability benefits they have earned. We typically work with veterans who need to appeal a denied claim or whose VA disability rating is too low.

Our firm’s founder, John S. Berry Sr., became involved in veterans’ law when he began representing fellow Vietnam veterans who suffered from PTSD.


His son, John S. Berry Jr., is a former Army Ranger who served in Iraq and Bosnia. Additional attorneys in our firm are veterans, as well.

Founded in 1965, Berry Law Firm is committed to putting our experience behind your VA disability benefits appeal. Over the years, our attorneys have helped thousands of veterans obtain the appropriate level of VA benefits.

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Why Hire a Lawyer to Help with Your VA Disability Claim Appeal?

The VA disability compensation system is supposed to be veteran-friendly. However, the reality is that the rules and regulations governing the claims process can be confusing and frustrating for everyone involved.

Just as most people would not want to go through legal processes without competent representation, veterans deserve skilled and experienced representation as well.

At Berry Law Firm, we have decades of experience representing veterans fighting for their VA disability benefits on appeal. We have focused a major portion of our practice to helping veterans with PTSD-related claims.

Our lawyers understand the claims process, what evidence is needed to establish service-connected PTSD, how to maximize the disability rating and how to determine the proper amount of back pay you deserve.

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“John Berry and Perry…they have been a life-saver for me…wherever I have been, they have always protected me.”

– “Smiley”, Vietnam Veteran

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