The VA provides a radiculopathy VA rating for veterans based on the nerves affected and the condition’s severity.
Learn more about getting VA disability for health conditions the VA automatically assumes were caused by the circumstances of some vets’ military service.
If you were diagnosed with sarcoidosis due to military service, you may qualify for a sarcoidosis VA rating.
Is it possible for survivors to get VA benefits after a suicide? Yes, but the benefits aren’t guaranteed. This post explains VA benefits after suicide.
Low testosterone can be a symptom of several health conditions that can be service connected and eligible for VA benefits.
We explain how the VA rates service-connected arthritis and how you could receive additional compensation for secondary conditions.
If you’re a veteran diagnosed with sleep apnea, understanding the sleep apnea VA rating can help you get the disability compensation you deserve.
If you’re applying for VA disability or appealing a decision, this post explains how you can check your VA claim status and what those statuses mean.
Symptoms of bipolar disorder can profoundly affect a veteran’s everyday life. Fortunately, a bipolar VA rating might help.
If your military service worsened preexisting or other service-connected conditions, you might qualify for VA disability based on aggravation.