The United States Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) is responsible for making determinations on whether a veteran qualifies for Veterans’ Disability benefits. Many veterans who believe they should qualify for Veterans’ Disability benefits end up feeling frustrated when they find out that their application has been denied by the VA. It is not uncommon for applications to be denied, and it is also not uncommon for the VA to make mistakes when they are reviewing the cases of applicants. It is important to know that being denied benefits after filing the initial application is not the end of the road. The VA has an appeals process that allows veterans to challenge the decision, and overturn the denial of benefits.