While trying to prove service connection for Sleep Apnea might seem as elusive as a four-leaf clover, in today’s post, I’m sharing an expert level technique that can help you get your VA sleep apnea service connected, regardless of past denials. It’s called the Most Likely Cause (MLC) Technique for your VA Sleep Apnea claim, […]
Category: Sleep Apnea
In this post, we will be exploring how to increase your VA Rating for Sleep Apnea in 2021. A veterans final VA disability rating for Sleep Apnea depends upon the frequency, severity, and duration of symptoms, meaning, the more severe your symptoms, the higher the VA rating for Sleep Apnea. In 2020, Sleep Apnea VA […]
In this high-value post, I’m going to share some expert-level knowledge on how Veterans can service connect their VA claim for Sleep Apnea Secondary to GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease). Did you know Veterans are nearly 4x as likely to have sleep apnea when compared to those who didn’t serve in the military? The biggest problem, […]
Veterans, in this post I list more than 50 possible sleep apnea secondary conditions so veterans can win, service-connect, and rate your sleep apnea VA claim in less time. Many veterans attempt to service-connect sleep apnea as a primary disability condition and can’t seem to figure our “why” the VA keeps denying your sleep apnea […]
Learn more about your sleep apnea and how to file a claim with the VA to get the rating that you deserve.
Sleep apnea can be one of the most difficult claims to file for because of the excessive amount of data needed. We go through the best practices for how to claim a successful sleep apnea VA disability.
Don’t know how to write a statement in support of sleep apnea letter? We are here to help and guide you through what you need to know to file a winning claim!
While sleep apnea and asthma often can be linked as respiratory disorders, their symptoms are different enough that many veterans wonder if they can receive separate VA disability ratings for each. Links Between Asthma and Sleep Apnea Many studies have now shown that people who have asthma are more likely to develop obstructive sleep apnea. […]
At one point sleep apnea was the most prevalent service-connected respiratory disability for which claims were submitted to the VA. The rate was a staggering 22%. Concerningly, it is also one of the conditions most rejected by the VA, as the vast majority are regularly turned down. This is because sleep apnea is abnormally difficult […]
Are you in the process of proving your sleep apnea claim? Like many veterans face daily, there are quite a few steps that you must take to ensure your request gets reviewed and approved by the VA. Fortunately, you’ve come to the right page where VA Claims Insider will show you 3 Ways to Prove […]