Veterans are at higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s or dementia due to service-connected conditions like PTSD, traumatic brain injury, and depression.
VA Disability Benefits for Veterans with Diabetes
Veterans with diabetes often receive a VA rating for the condition and for the secondary conditions it leads to.
100% VA Disability Ratings and Benefits
We explain why receiving a 100% VA rating is not easy, but is possible, especially with multiple service-connected conditions.
VA Rating for Chronic Pain
VA ratings for chronic pain are based on symptoms or other conditions caused by your pain. Veterans who can’t work can also receive VA unemployability benefits if their ratings are at a certain level.
VA Disability for Abnormal Gait
There is no VA rating for abnormal gait, but you may be owed compensation if your limp is due to your service and has caused other medical issues.
7 Things to Consider When Thinking About Applying for VA Disability Years After Service
If you’ve been waiting to file for VA disability, here is a list of 7 things to help you understand why now is the right time to file your claim.
Can You Get a VA Rating for REM Sleep Behavior Disorder (RBD)?
Studies have found a connection between REM sleep behavior disorder, PTSD, and TBIs, but it can be hard to find info on how the VA handles or rates RBD.
Why Did the BVA Remand My VA Disability Appeal?
A BVA remand means a claim has been sent back to a VA regional office for additional processing. But how long does it take? And what happens next?
How to Tell if Your VA Disability Rating is Permanent
The VA isn’t always clear when it issues a permanent rating. We offer a few tips to help you figure it out for yourself.
How to Increase Your VA Disability from 70% to 100%
Veterans with a 70% VA disability rating who believe they qualify for the benefits of a 100% VA disability rating have several options.