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The PACT Act Can Benefit Veterans Already Receiving VA DisabilityOne of the provisions of the 2022 PACT Act mandates that the VA screen Veterans for possible exposure to toxins which may have occurred during their time in service.
Why Veterans Miss Out by Not Filing for Disability BenefitsMany Veterans have a service-connected disability, but have either not applied for disability benefits or have given up in their pursuit of benefits.
What Can I Do to Increase My VA Disability Rating?If the VA incorrectly rated your disability or if your condition has gotten worse, you may be eligible for an increase in your disability rating,
How Can I Increase My VA Disability Rating?If the VA incorrectly rated your disability or if your condition has gotten worse, you may be eligible for an increase in your disability rating,
6 Misconceptions About the PACT ActSome Veterans are missing out on the benefits they have rightfully earned due to confusion or misinformation about the provisions of the PACT Act.
VA Special Monthly Compensation Explained With Pay RatesVA pays Special Monthly Compensation to a veteran who lost, or lost the use of, specific organs or body parts due to military service.
How the Bilateral Factor Affects Your VA Disability BenefitsThe bilateral factor comes into play when a veteran has a service-connected disability that impairs both arms or both legs or paired skeletal muscles.
Expanded Benefits for Veterans Exposed to Toxic MaterialsHere is what veterans need to know about the PACT Act of 2022
Disability Benefits for Veterans With RadiculopathyIf you’re a veteran who has been diagnosed with service-connected radiculopathy, you may qualify for benefits. Learn more about this condition.
Compensation & Pension Exam for a Service-Connected Eye ConditionWhen you apply for VA disability benefits for a service-connected eye injury, you’ll need a Compensation & Pension exam to assess your condition.
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How the VA Assigns a Disability Rating for Service-Connected PTSD
Service-Related Arthritis and How to Get Veterans Disability
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