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What should I do if I think an error was made on a previous disability decision?

If it has been less than a year since the issuance of the decision, you may submit an appeal. A disagreement notice must be filed. The request must be made in writing, stating the disagreement. The notification letter of the decision must be included along with VA form 4107. VA form 4107 may be downloaded from: http://www.vba.va.gov/pubs/forms/4107.PDF If you do not have a copy of the letter notifying you of the decision, it may be provided by VA. Please contact the VA regional office to file a request. You may do so by visiting: https://iris.custhelp.com If it has been more than a year since VA made the decision, that decision is final. If you wish to have the decision reviewed, you will need to specify the error you believe was made. It is advised to discuss your personal situation with a Veterans Service Organization or VA representative who may assist you with your claim. A list of local, state and national veteran service organizations may be viewed at: http://www1.va.gov/vso/

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