Veterans who have served their country may need assistance from the Veterans Affairs Administration (VA) after returning home. Unfortunately, applying and being approved for benefits can be lengthy and complicated. Sometimes, a veteran may need to file a VA disability appeal to receive the benefits they deserve.

Injured retired service men and women might have to file a veterans appeal for several reasons. One common reason is that the VA denies a claim for benefits to which the veteran believes they are entitled. In these cases, it is often necessary to file an appeal to review the decision by a higher authority.

Alternatively, a veteran may find that their benefits are reduced or terminated after initially being approved. This can also result in the need to file a VA disability appeal. Often, these decisions are made based on changes in the veteran’s medical condition or financial situation.