Yes. If a veteran’s PTSD is severe enough that the veteran cannot keep a job, the veteran may be able to receive IU benefits for PTSD.
Yes, veterans who have a 100% rating for PTSD are still allowed to work, but there may be restrictions on what kind of work you can do.
Veterans can receive VA disability benefits for service-connected anxiety. While you will not specifically obtain a rating for anxiety, you will be given a rating for all of your service-connected mental conditions.
Yes, the VA can take away your VA disability rating for a number of reasons. Here are the 5 most common reasons.
Yes. Veterans can service-connect their sleep apnea. The first way to service-connect sleep apnea is by direct service-connection where you will show your sleep apnea started while in the service.
Veterans who obtain Individual Unemployability are only allowed to work if they meet the strict guidelines for marginal employment, protected work environments, or sheltered work environments.
VA benefits for pension will consider a veteran’s income if the veteran is disabled from non-service-connected conditions. VA benefits for compensation will not consider a veteran’s income limit.
How long a veteran receives Individual Unemployability (IU) benefits depends on the severity and nature of their disabilities.
VASRD stands for Veteran Affairs Schedule for Rating Disabilities.