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    Beautiful hills of NY andwidow of  2 vets, 2 HD each and mother of USAF vet-my daughter, 7 years Top Secret Intel
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  1. Ms. Berta, what is a nexus?

    1. Buck52


      Helping Ms berta Out!

      A nexus letter is a document that a doctor or other medical professional prepares for a veteran, and it explains that the veteran’s current medical condition is related to their military service. A veteran is not required to submit a nexus letter in connection with their disability claim, but the nexus letter can sometimes make the difference between an award and a denial. Also, there is not a specific requirement of when a nexus letter can be submitted. A veteran can submit a nexus letter with their initial application for benefits, during development of their claim, or after an adverse C&P Exam. However, it’s good practice to submit a nexus letter earlier rather than later. The nexus letter becomes especially important in cases where a veteran has not submitted any medical evidence in support of their claim, and then a C&P examiner concludes that there is no connection between the veteran’s disability and military service.

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