I represented a US Navy veteran who was medically discharged in 1989. Following her discharge she filed for service-connected benefits related to the condition for which she was discharged. In October of 1990 the VA denied her claim. After filing for benefits again in 2012 and 2015, she ultimately won her case before the Board of Veterans Appeals, who not only granted service connection but awarded benefits going back to 1989 finding that the original denial was the product of clear and unmistakable error. The VA awarded her $332,742.10 in back due benefits.