Veterans Psych Evaluations helps Military Veterans with a variety of issues.
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Military Sexual Trauma (MST)
- Depression and Mood Disorders
- Anxiety and Panic Disorders
- Cognitive and memory impairments
- Psychological symptoms secondary to pain, trauma and medical conditions
- Psychological symptoms and complications from Agent Orange exposure or chemical exposure, burn pits, etc.
- Non-combat PTSD, depression and anxiety
Claim Denials and Appeals
From Vietnam Vets to current Vets, many claims get denied by the VA due to lack of medical evidence in your medical records, misdiagnosis of conditions, lost records, lack of service connected disabilities, and sometimes just inexperience of the doctor doing your VA exam.
Veterans Psych Evaluations assists veterans with unjustified claim denials and provides valid clinical information for your appeal.
If a doctor performs a sloppy review, if you don't give the "correct" answers in a review evaluation, or there may be a single "therapy note" that states "The veterans condition has improved" you can have your current rating decreased.
Veterans Psych Evaluations assists all veterans who have improper rating reductions and corrects it with clinical evidence.
As a veteran, you may be rated too low for your actual disability or a combination of disabilities. Many times disabilities are not evaluated, or rated, correctly.
Veterans Psych Evaluations assists you with getting the proper rating for your psychological conditions. If you fit the criteria for a certain rating level, then you are justified and supported by VA guidelines to be granted that rating.