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Hi everybody Jim Hill here with fat comp and Penn medical consulting and today we're going to touch on the six distinctly different stages veterans or dependents find themselves in the VA disability claims process since this is a quick overview I'm going to highlight the main differences between each stage so you can clearly identify where you fall into the process and then once you know which stage or stages apply to you we can drill down into more detail with you on the stuff that you care about and try and avoid bogging you down with a bunch of information that doesn't apply to you fair enough okay great let's get started as you can see with my fancy progressing stage artwork here there are six different stages and the VA disability claims process the stages are laid out from left to right with a typical timeline fashion Stage one includes anyone who's still on active duty and has a year or less before they discharge from active duty Stage two is a recently discharged veteran who has a year or less since they left active duty Stage three is a veteran who discharged from active duty more than a year ago and Stage four applies to a veteran who has filed claim which is pending adjudication with the VA which means the VA has not yet approved or denied the claim please note you can technically be in stage one two or three and also in stage four if you have already filed a claim with VA Stage five can also apply to a veteran in stages one through four and it's for veterans who filed a VA disability claim and the VA has already ruled on the claim and sent a VA award letter and they've either approved it and assigned a service-connected disability rating anywhere from 0% to 100% or the VA has denied your claim stage six applies to dependents of deceased veterans there are certain circumstances where we may be able to assist a surviving spouse receive significant compensation in the event a veterans death is somehow medically linked to a military related event so that's a quick explanation of the six major stages let's dive into a brief overview of what we do for veterans in E stage of the process stages 1 & 2 are so similar them tempted to combine them into one stage but there's some differences will dive into later if you're in these two stages we start out reviewing all medical history symptoms and exposures for the veteran to get an idea of what we need to look for in the medical records to support potential claims we do a thorough evaluation of all medical records civilian military and VA if applicable these days are unique because if a veteran falls into this range whether they haven't discharged from active duty or it's been less than a year since they did discharge from active duty we.