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Help With Wording Of Nod, Please


kate7772

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I'm ready to do a NOD for my husbands claims.

Talked with VSO and not really sure about having them do it. They said they would do it and send to DAV to submit. From the info I've gotten here, the general consensus seems to be to send by return receipt. Especially important since my husbands one year is up on Sept 19.

I'm also wondering if I would likely be able to include a more thorough NOD.

Just need to make sure to include all necessary wording and requirements.

Would appreciate input into what to include and best way and order to say it. Also, should there be a separate NOD for each condition? They were all on one claim.

Or, if there are any good links to sample NODs.

Thanks

Kate

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There are some NOD templates here in the link:


( I hope that link still works)

VA also has a form here that VA is now using for the NOD but it is an optional form.

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Be confident and state the reason(s) why you feel they made an incorrect decision.

Read the denial letter carefully and dispute the points with facts and medical evidence.

I wish you luck..........

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