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Entitlement to service connection for psychiatric disability claimed as depression, to include as secondary to service-connected residuals of a low back injury with degenerative arthritis. 2. Entitlement
back disability is related to or may be associated with service or that the Veteran experienced an in-service event or injury relating to the low back. In light of the foregoing, the Board is satisfied
Bratch law firm. However, in October 2017, a new VA Form 21-22 appointing Mr. Ralph Bratch of the same law firm was associated with the Veteran's electronic claims file. The issue of entitlement to
TDIU) due to service-connected disabilities. REPRESENTATION Appellant represented by: Ralph J. Bratch, Esq. ATTORNEY FOR THE BOARD S. Keyvan, Counsel INTRODUCTION The Veteran had active service
as secondary to service-connected residuals of a low back injury with degenerative arthritis. REPRESENTATION Appellant represented by: Ralph J. Bratch, Attorney ATTORNEY FOR THE BOARD J. Rothstein,
basis. 3. Entitlement to a higher rating for lumbar seronegative spondyloarthropathy with early lumbar degenerative disease (low back disability), rated as 10 percent disabling prior to July 11, 2014,
back problems since service and that she continues to suffer from a back disability. Based on the statements submitted by the Veteran regarding her longstanding back problems and her current allegations
medical evidence in the Veteran's service treatment records of any back problem, there was medical evidence of a low back condition more than 30 years later due to a martial arts injury, and there was medical
service connection for a respiratory disorder manifested by shortness of breath. 7. Entitlement to service connection for a skin disorder of the back. 8. Entitlement to service connection for a
anxiety, and impulse disorder, to include as secondary to a service-connected back disability. REPRESENTATION Veteran represented by: Ralph J. Bratch, Esq. ATTORNEY FOR THE BOARD S. Mussey, Associate
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