VA Disability for Gout

Veterans are entitled to disability compensation for any injury or disability that is related to their military service. One of the more common disabilities impacting both Veterans and civilians alike is arthritis. Gout is a form of arthritis that can be very painful and severe. You can receive VA disability…

VA Disability for Obesity

Recent studies have shown that nearly a third of military Veterans are classified as obese. While the underlying reasons for the high rates of unhealthy weight among Veterans might be diverse and complicated, a few factors have stood out. For instance, the rate of obesity was particularly high among those…

If you are one of the many veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), you are entitled to understand your Second Amendment rights. Every state has different gun laws, so it is essential to review local laws or consult a veterans’ law attorney to determine if your PTSD could prevent…

VA Disability for Flat Feet (Pes Planus)

Most Veterans are aware of the fact that they can receive disability compensation for any injuries or disabilities that are related to service. However, Veterans sometimes fail to recognize which disabilities or injuries were caused by service. One of the most overlooked disabilities for Veterans applying for disability benefits is…

Veterans suffer from a variety of different illnesses and disabilities related to service. One of the more common disabilities Veterans suffer from is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). However, most Veterans do not realize they can receive VA disability for IBS if they can prove it was caused or exacerbated by…

VA Disability for Hip Pain

Hip pain is caused by a myriad of different medical issues. Determining the amount of VA compensation for hip pain depends on a variety of different factors. However, if you can prove your hip pain was caused by military service, you are entitled to disability compensation. In this article, we…

Most Veterans know that they are eligible for disability benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs, even if they served in the reserves instead of active duty. In fact, Berry Law has represented many reservists who were injured while serving. However, most Veterans don’t realize the VA treats these claims…