The VA can reexamine your disability rating 6 months after leaving active-duty service or between 2 and 5 years from the date you were granted disability benefits. VA disability law follows strict guidelines about rating reductions, and per the Code of Federal Regulations, it may only reduce your rating after: The VA has reviewed the […]
The VA pays monthly compensation based on a veteran’s disability rating for service-connected health conditions.
Open-air burn pits are areas the military uses to dispose of garbage and other materials including toxins.
There are three elements to proving your service connection for sleep apnea.
A DD214 is what most veterans call their separation or discharge papers. Veterans must provide this document when applying for VA benefits.
Veterans diagnosed with PTSD are eligible for VA disability benefits. The condition is rated at 0, 10, 30, 50, 70, and 100%
Dependency and indemnity compensation (DIC) is a monthly benefit available to surviving spouses, children, or parents of a veteran who died because of a service-connected disability.
While the VA is still learning about Gulf War Syndrome, here is the current list of symptoms common among Gulf War Veterans.
Showing the VA plenty of evidence from professional sources is your best bet to get the highest rating for your service-connected conditions.
Surviving spouses of veterans that die from service-connected conditions are eligible for DIC benefits. Make the free call to see if we can help you.