If you are a veteran trying to get 100% disability, the VA Ratings Table can be really frustrating. VA Math can seem like a corrupt mystery designed to keep your benefit amount as low as possible. We explain it.
Beyond aches and pains that come from getting old, ME/CFS is the next level of weakness, pain, and inability to go about your regular daily activities.
You can get VA disability benefits for various mental health issues, including PTSD, whether you saw combat or not.
Veterans suffering from fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, and chronic fatigue syndrome show that Gulf War Syndrome is overdue for a disability rating.
80% of people that have a mild TBI recover within 3-6 months but all veterans that have had a TBI are at increased risk for PTSD and may get disability. Learn how PTSD and TBI work together for your VA disability claim.
PTSD and TDIU can work together to help a veteran live out a normal life. If a veteran’s PTSD is ruled both as service-connected and so severe that it affects his or her ability to work, that veteran should apply for TDIU benefits as soon as possible.
You can get both Social Security and VA benefits at the same time. The application process is completely separate, but you might want to get a lawyer to help you with both of them. Don’t be afraid to apply for both whenever you think you are ready. If the government has money to give you […]
You can get VA Disability you can prove your disability has a direct service connection. The more disabilities you can link to your time in active duty, the more money you get per month.