There are lots of mental and physical conditions that are compensable under Veterans Benefits law. Unfortunately, many veterans don’t even know their condition makes them eligible for Veterans Disability Benefits. Woods and Woods Veterans Disability Benefits Lawyers never charge for legal consultations. If you have any questions about your impairments and Veterans Disability Benefits, fill out the online contact form or call us toll-free at (866) 232-5777. Let us help you through the complicated VA claims process.
Qualifying Physical Impairments For Veterans Disability Benefits
Physical impairments that were caused by your active-duty service may be eligible for Veterans Disability Benefits. Many veterans are under the impression that your impairment had to be caused while serving abroad; that is plain wrong. If your injury occurred on a military base, you may be eligible for Veterans Disability Benefits. Some of the most common service-connected physical disabilities are:
- Agent Orange
- Cancer Veterans Benefits
- Diabetes Veterans Benefits
- Fibromyalgia Claims
- Heart Disease Claims
- Mesothelioma Veterans Benefits
- Physical Condtions
- Sleep Apnea Benefits
- Sleep Disorder Claims
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
Qualifying Mental Impairments For Veterans Disability Benefits
Unfortunately, military service has lots of stressors that can lead to serious mental problems. PTSD and other mental health issues are a major problem in veterans after they leave the military service. Mental impairments do not have to be from your service abroad. Some of the most common service-connected mental disabilities are:
- Bipolar Disorder Veterans Benefits
- Depression Veterans Benefits
- Mental Conditions
- PTSD Veterans Benefits
- Schizophrenia Claims
Secondary Service-Connected Impairments
Secondary service-connected disabilities are impairments caused by your service-connected impairment. For example, lets say a veteran was in Vietnam and was exposed to Agent Orange, which causes diabetes. The diabetes is now considered service connected. Any impairment that is caused by diabetes, for example neuropathy, is now considered secondary service-connected.
Conditions Worsened By Military Service
If you have a condition that you entered the military with and that conditioned worsened as a result of service, you may be eligible for Veterans Disability Benefits. When the military accepts a new soldier into active-duty service, they also accept your physical or mental impairments. Any condition that is secondary to these service-connected conditions may also be eligible for Veterans Disability Benefits.
Need More Help?
Woods & Woods never charges a penny unless we win your claim. There is never a fee for legal consultations regarding your Veterans Disability Benefits. Woods & Woods will not charge for help with your VA Disability Benefits application. We will help guide you through the difficult VA Disability Benefits process. For more information or questions, please fill out the online contact form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.