VA Form 4107c, Your Rights to Appeal our Decision is a document describing the appeal process on a contested claim. A contested claim exists when two persons file a claim for the same benefit and/or allege to be a veteran's surviving spouse or parent. A favorable decision on one contested claim means the denial of the other claim or a lower payment to the other claimant. Additionally, one of the claimants has a right to contest the payment or allowance of that benefit to one or a few of the other claimants. There must be a formal claim and a protest against payment to one or a few of the other claimants for a claim to be considered contested.
The latest version of VA 4107c form was released by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in June 2016 with all previous editions obsolete. A printable VA Form 4107c fillable version is available for download below or can be found through the VA website.