VA Diagnostic Code
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After years of fighting to finally service connect your VA disability claim, VA may grant service connection, but assign a rating that is too low to properly compensate you for the severity of your disability. This is a common mistake that VA makes with your benefits.
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The Veterans Disability team at Rob Levine & Associates has years of experience fighting to increase veterans’ ratings for their service-connected conditions. This involves advanced knowledge of the VA rating rules, which are commonly known as VA’s “Diagnostic Code.” The Diagnostic Code contains the rating rules for thousands of medical conditions that can be service-connected. And each medical condition, organized by numbers known as Diagnostic Codes, contain rating criteria that provide important instructions to VA on how to rate conditions.
Example – the Diagnostic Code for Diabetes Mellitus:
Our office has put together a document containing all the important rating rules from the VA’s Diagnostic Code.*
*Disclaimer: This document is meant for educational purposes only, and may be out of date. Please refer to the Code of Federal Regulations for the latest version of VA’s rating rules.