If you are coping with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, you know that you are not alone. Hundreds of thousands of veterans from the Vietnam War, the Gulf Wars, and combat in Afghanistan and Iraq face the symptoms of PTSD every day.

Help is available and it starts with the information in our free book: PTSD and VA Disability Benefits: Finding a Path to Healing. This book is your free guide to understanding how to apply—and receive—the benefits you’re entitled to. Call our office to receive your free copy

The psychological trauma of past events can strike a veteran at any point in life. Many veterans will begin to display symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder soon after returning home. Some service members begin to experience the first signs before they are discharged, and still more veterans will suffer nightmares or flashbacks 5, 10, or even 20 years after leaving the military.

We know you didn’t want to be diagnosed with PTSD, but now that your doctor has confirmed it, you understand the need to get help. You know that your symptoms are interfering with your ability to work and making it difficult to interact with your family, friends, and coworkers. But when you deal with the VA you are confronted with an impersonal bureaucracy that doesn’t seem to honor your service to your country or even care about your disability.

Congress intended the Veterans Affairs Department to be a veteran-friendly benefits system. Unfortunately, the reality is likely to be far different. Veterans know that all too often the VA is uncaring and indifferent. Many initial claims for VA disability benefits are denied and many vets just give up in frustration. But don’t give up

Start the path to healing by getting in touch with Cuddigan Law to get your free copy of our guide to winning VA benefits for PTSD. If you want an evaluation of your case from an attorney accredited by the VA, we’ll do that for you—also for free.  Call today.



Sean D. Cuddigan
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SSA and VA Disability Attorney in Omaha, Nebraska