Veterans with ulcerative colitis may be owed monthly, tax-free compensation from the VA. Learn more about how you can service connect this condition.
If you’re a veteran with service-connected diverticulitis, it’s important to understand the diverticulitis VA rating.
GERD has many causes, including medications, physical trauma, and stress. Many veterans may be entitled to VA disability benefits for GERD.
We explain what Crohn’s disease is, what factors can contribute to developing Crohn’s, and how you can earn VA disability for Crohn’s disease.
Liver disease is common among veterans. If you have a service-connected liver condition, you deserve a VA disability rating for liver disease.
Esophageal cancer is a serious diagnosis. Veterans with this condition may qualify for a VA disability rating for esophageal cancer.