How can I use the site to help me be successful with my VA Compensation Claims?
Finding information on HadIt.com Veteran To Veteran. First option: Search Hadit.com . There is a ton of information on HadIt.com Veteran To Veteran and your question has probably been asked before, so the fastest way to find the information you are looking for is to Search for it. Remember you probably aren’t the only one who’s filed a VA Compensation Claim for your particular disability finding out what worked and what didn’t and what to expect is invaluable. Read More
Choosing the right search terms is the key to finding the information you need.
Start with the obvious – if you’re looking for general information on Veterans, try Veterans.
What VA Does after It Receives Your VA Compensation Claim – After VA receives your Application for Compensation, it sends you a letter. The letter explains what VA needs in order to help grant your claim. It states how VA assists in getting records to support your claim. The letter may include forms for you to complete, such as medical releases. Read More
This is not your mother’s arithmetic and 50 + 50 does not equal 100. It’s also called fuzzy math by some, so plug in your percentages into the calculator and it will tell you what your total percentage is.
The following is the index with links to the various Training and Fast Letters plus a few miscellaneous. These letters are not necessarily in the original formatting. I have tried to present them in an easy-to-read form instead of some forms as originally presented. Some of the paragraphs were WAAAAYYY too long. lol – HadIt.com Member fanaticbooks. Read More
We can not stress enough how important it is to: View your VA Claims folder at the Veterans Affairs regional office. Call the VA at
1-800-827-1000 and request an appointment to view your VA C-File (claims folder). Ensure that all the records in your Veterans Affairs C-File are yours. Check that everything you have sent to the VA is included in your C-File. After viewing your VA Claims folder (c-file) and correcting any mistakes you may find. Then request a hard copy of your claims folder (c-file). Read More
Check your state benefits here This is by no means an extensive list and we recommend calling the VA at 1-800-827-1000 with any questions about the following benefits.
Educational Assistance for Dependents: (under chapter 35) Veteran Must be rated 100% and permanent and total by the VA.
Civilian health and medical program for dependents/survivors (CHAMPVA ) Veteran Must be rated 100% and permanent and total by the VA.
2010 Interview with me your webmaster and founder of HadIt.com Veteran To Veteran I’m known as Tbird on the forums you can find me on LinkedIn if you are so inclined Theresa “Tbird” Aldrich. (During the interview we discussed informal claims, VA did away with informal claims in 2015 )
Question presented since we went from version IV to 5 of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders M21-1 MR Part III IV 3 Sec A-1 General Claims Process Which version are being used in VA Compensation Claims.
Click this link for the most recent version Section A. Examination Requests – Veterans Benefits – United States Department of Veterans Affairs
What is HadIt.com Veteran To Veteran?
HadIt.com is a disabled veteran owned website that focuses on VA Compensation Claims research through articles, but most importantly by our forum. In this community we focus on VA Compensation Claims, VA benefits, VA Law, how to get your VA claims granted, how to file an appeal, what an appeal means, and our robust community forum.