PTSD and TDIU can work together to help a veteran live out a normal life. If a veteran’s PTSD is ruled both as service-connected and so severe that it affects his or her ability to work, that veteran should apply for TDIU benefits as soon as possible.
About 100% PTSD Disability Benefits Ratings First, we want you to understand that obtaining a 100% VA disability rating for PTSD alone is very hard to do. We see very few veterans obtain a 100% rating for PTSD alone. Generally, the veterans we see obtain a 100% rating for PTSD alone spend large amounts of their […]
PTSD VA Disability Benefits Claim Tips Tip #1: Don’t take bad advice from your buddy at the VFW. You may be rolling your eyes, but we’ve heard some whoppers over the years from clients’ drinking buddies at the VFW. While your friend is probably an awesome guy, he likely isn’t a VA certified disability […]
About PTSD Stressors Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is often the result of a traumatic event while serving in the military. The traumatic event is often called the “stressor.” To be eligible for PTSD VA disability benefits, you want to show how the stressor has created a change in your life. For example, you used to […]
Was your PTSD claim denied? Learn all about PTSD VA disability benefits appeals below. Many veterans are denied who later win their appeals. If you have more questions after reading the information below, give us a call. Woods & Woods always offers free PTSD appeal evaluations. Learn your legal rights at no cost. For help, […]
The VA will compensate veterans for PTSD disability whether they saw combat, went overseas, or didn’t. If you can show service-connection, you can get compensated.
US Army PTSD denials are not the end of the road for a VA disability claim. Many veterans are forced to appeal bad VA decisions. If you want to talk to a law firm about appealing your US Army PTSD denial, you can for free. Ask us all the questions you have about appealing. Get […]
Studies are linking PTSD and sleep apnea. Veterans with PTSD and sleep apnea may be eligible for VA Benefits. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition initiated by coming into contact with or seeing a distressing event. PTSD is extremely relevant to veterans because of the experiences they have faced in war. According […]