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For physical health problems, this could include labs (like bloodwork), tests (like an x-ray, scan or biopsy) or a physical exam. For PTSD, an assessment includes answering questions about your thoughts, feelings and behaviors. PTSD is most often diagnosed, or confirmed, by a mental health provider.
Here are some tips to help you write the letter: Be clear about your relationship with the veteran. In the first section of the buddy letter, state your name and how you know the veteran. Include as many details as possible. Include only the information you know. Remember to sign and date the letter.
Describe How You Have Changed Give examples of problems you had with work, school, or relationships. Describe your difficulty adjusting to civilian life. If you were no longer interested in activities you once enjoyed, talk about that. Give specific examples of your PTSD symptoms.
Specifically, if a veteran was in combat during his or her military service and the reported stressor stems from that time in combat, VA should presume that his or her PTSD is a result of that combat service. Here, a veterans lay statement is usually enough to establish that the in-service stressor occurred.
How to write your claim: List the Name of the VA Disability Youre Claiming in the First Section of the VA Form 21-4138. Explain the Approximate Timeframe Your VA Disability Began Along with Why It Should Be Service Connected (or Why Your VA Rating Should Be Increased for Conditions Already Service Connected)
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A current diagnosis of PTSD by a medical professional; An in-service event, injury, or illness that led to the development of PTSD; and. A medical opinion, or nexus, linking the in-service event to the veterans current diagnosis.
To fulfill the criteria for the listing, you must have medically documented evidence of all of the following: exposure to a death or threatened death, serious injury, or violence. subsequent involuntary re-experiencing of the traumatic event (for example, intrusive memories, dreams, or flashbacks)
A stressor statement is your written, detailed account of the stressful event or series of events that caused your PTSD. This could be combat, witnessing an attack, being the victim of a sexual assault or the fear of hostile military action or terrorist activity.
The three requirements are: A current diagnosis of PTSD. Evidence of a stressor in-service. A medical nexus opinion linking the current diagnosis to the in-service stressor.
VA Unemployability (TDIU) for PTSD Your PTSD must be rated at 60 percent or higher on its own; or. You must have a combined rating of 70 percent or higher when your PTSD is taken together with other service-connected conditions and at least one of those conditions is rated at 40 percent or higher on its own.

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