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Veterans Court weighs in on VA Ratings for Migraines

https://youtu.be/PaevkpKziwE
In November 2020, a panel of judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals Veterans Claims issued a precedential opinion in Holmes v. Wilkie.
 
In it, the Court laid out a road map for Veterans trying to get the correct VA rating for migraines.
 
In this video, attorney Chris Attig with the law firm of Attig | Curran | Steel, PLLC, discusses the Court's decision and what it means for veterans with migraines, and the attorneys who represent them.
 
If you believe you should get a higher VA rating for your migraines, or if the VA or BVA denied service connection for your migraine condition, request a consult at BVAappeals.com

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