The VA rates diabetic retinopathy as a secondary condition to service-connected diabetes. Ratings are based on severity of visual impairment.
VA Disability for Blindness: The Ultimate Guide
There are many ways that a Veteran can go blind. Fortunately, the VA considers blindness a disability. All you have to do is show a service-connection.
Light-Sensitive Veterans Need VA Disability for Photophobia As A Secondary Condition
If bright light causes migraine headaches or makes them worse, you might be a veteran with service-connected photophobia. Let’s talk about your benefits.
Is Macular Degeneration a VA Disability?
Macular Degeneration is eligible for VA disability but often as a secondary condition to diabetes, head injuries, or other service-connected conditions.
Veterans’ Eye Problems Like Keratopathy Qualify for VA Disability
Keratopathy can be a direct service connection or caused by other disabilities of the liver or trauma.
VA Ratings for Eyeball Conditions like Cyclitis, Uveitis, and Iritis
Central serous choroidopathy and other eye illneses like uveitis can receive a VA disability rating if veterans can service-connect them.