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VA Mental Disorder Claims Secondary to Service-Connected Medical

Department of Veterans Affairs compensation and pension exams for mental disorder claims secondary to a service connected medical disability.

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How to Obtain Veterans Records

How to obtain veterans records for a VA disability claim.

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Disability Exams Research

Disability Exams Research - Provides a curated list of recent scholarly articles concerning disability examinations.

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Ohio Board: Disability Exams Require Forensic Psychology Competence

The Ohio Board of Psychology published an Alert emphasizing that disability exams require forensic psychology competence

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Advice for Veterans - C&P Exams for PTSD and other Mental Disorders

Advice for veterans regarding compensation and pension examinations for PTSD and other mental disorders.

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VA PTSD Compensation and Pension Exam

Advice for veterans regarding the VA PTSD Compensation and Pension Examination (C&P Exam)

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Independent Psychological Exams (IPE) for PTSD and other mental disorders in veterans disability claims.

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Nexus Letter for Veterans PTSD Disability Claims

In select cases, Dr Worthen can provide a nexus letter (Independent Psychological Exam) for veterans appealing a PTSD disability claim.

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