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A Nexus Letter Is Important in Receiving VA Disability BenefitsIf you’re a veteran and believe you have a service connected disability, a nexus letter is important for receiving benefits. Here, learn more about this letter.
Veterans With Migraine Headaches Need to Prove Service Connection for VA DisabilityIf you’re a veteran suffering from migraines, you may be eligible for disability benefits through service connection. Here, learn how this works.
Veterans Exposed to Agent Orange No Longer Denied VA DisabilityIf you were exposed to Agent Orange or other herbicides while serving in Vietnam, you may be eligible for VA compensation for Non-Hodgkin’s. Here, learn how.
Epidemic Level Hearing Loss Plagues Veterans and Active Service MembersVeterans exposed to loud noise during their military service may suffer hearing loss or tinnitus. Here, learn why auditory trauma is common in veterans.
Veterans With Symptoms of Noise Exposure Are Eligible for VA Disability BenefitsMany veterans who used loud equipment during their military service may suffer from noise exposure. Here, learn if you’re eligible for VA Disability.
Learn Available Treatments for Veterans With Sarcoidosis—the Mystery DiseaseIf you’re a veteran and suffer health problems caused by sarcoidosis, there are helpful treatments available. Here, learn more about how to manage this disease.
Veterans With Sarcoidosis & Eligibility for VA Disability BenefitsSome veterans may have been subject to certain exposures associated with sarcoidosis. Here, learn if you’re eligible for VA Disability.
Veterans With Symptoms of Vibration Exposure May Be Eligible for VA Disability BenefitsMany veterans who used heavy machinery during their military service suffer from symptoms of vibration exposure. Find out if you’re eligible for VA Disability.
How Peripheral Neuropathy Is Evaluated for VA Disability BenefitsIf you suffer from peripheral neuropathy after military service, you may be eligible for VA Disability compensation benefits. Here, learn how.
Reopening Prior Claims is a Powerful Tool in Obtaining the Benefits a Veteran is EntitledPrior Claims that have been denied and are final may be reopened by "new" and "material" evidence. This article discusses how the reopening process works.
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