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Service-Related Arthritis and How to Get Veterans DisabilityIf you suffer from arthritis, you may be eligible for VA disability. Here, learn more about how to make a service connection for this condition.
Applying for VA Benefits If You’ve Suffered a Military Sexual TraumaIf you experienced sexual trauma while serving in the military, you may be eligible for VA Disability benefits. Here, learn how to make a service connection.
The VA Polytrauma System of Care Is Available to Help Veterans After a TBIAfter suffering a TBI, combat soldiers can receive treatment through the VA Polytrauma System of Care. Here, learn how this program is helping veterans.
Understanding Veteran TBIs and Obtaining VA Disability for ThemVeterans who suffered a TBI during their military service may need disability benefits. Here, learn more about service-related TBIs and VA disability for them.
What to Consider When Using a DBQ as Part of Your Disability ClaimVeterans have more control over their disability claim using a DBQ. Here, learn how your personal doctor can perform your medical evaluation using this form.
Tips for What to Include in a Buddy Statement for Your VA Disability ClaimIf you’re a veteran filing a disability claim, provide a buddy statement with your appeals. Here, learn some tips for what should be included.
How Do Veterans With Sleep Apnea Qualify for Disability Benefits?Veterans with sleep apnea may qualify for disability benefits by direct service connection or by secondary service-connection based on another condition
If You Suffer From PTSD, You’re at a Greater Risk for MigrainesIf you’re a veteran who experiences migraines, you may also suffer from PTSD. Here, learn the connection between these two conditions.
Are You Receiving the Correct Amount of Compensation for Your Service-Connected Diabetes?Type 2 diabetes is a service-connected condition for veterans exposed to Agent Orange.These veterans often challenge the compensation rating level. Learn more
Veterans: How to Provide Evidence That Your Migraines Are “Prostrating”If you suffer from migraines, you must prove they’re “prostrating” when seeking VA disability. Here, learn why this word is important.
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Veterans Can Hire an Accredited Attorney to Represent Them on a Contingency Basis
How the VA Determines Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU)
A Nexus Letter Is Important in Receiving VA Disability Benefits
Important Facts About the VA’s Right to Take Away Your Gun
How the VA Assigns a Disability Rating for Service-Connected PTSD
Service-Related Arthritis and How to Get Veterans Disability
How Veterans Can Prove That Military Service Caused Their Disability
Possible VA Benefits for Depression Caused by Service-Connected Disability