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.
More veterans are getting service-connected PTSD benefits every day. Here are the criteria to get a 100% PTSD rating from the VA.
If you can’t work because of a service-connected disability, you may be eligible for an Individual Unemployability rating from the Veteran’s Administration.
You can file for Individual Unemployability VA benefits in several ways, but your best bet is to go with an experienced, certified, VA lawyer.
Many veterans that can’t work because of their service-connected disabilities get TDIU benefits. These pay at the 100% rate without needing the 100% rating.
Sleep apnea is a common service-connected VA disability and carries a 0, 30, 50, or 100% rating.
Your VA disability benefits will last for the rest of your life as long as your condition doesn’t improve. Read more details here.