In order for Veterans to obtain a favorable decision on a disability claim, they must first establish service connection. The VA requires that three fundamental requirements are met to establish service connection. These three requirementsRead Full Article
Military personnel must remain in top physical shape throughout their active duty to remain eligible for service or promotions. To accomplish this, military personnel must participate in physical training (PT) daily. But what happens ifRead Full Article
A common condition affecting Veterans today is erectile dysfunction, often referred to as ED. It is estimated that Veterans are three times more likely to get erectile dysfunction than their civilian counterparts. The inability toRead Full Article
Effective dates are important in determining the amount of backpay a Veteran will receive if their claim is granted. If a claim for service connection is denied and the Veteran does not appeal the denial,Read Full Article
Veterans often wonder if they are entitled to benefits for conditions that arise as a result of their service-connected disability. For example, Veterans who are suffering from PTSD often wonder if they are entitled toRead Full Article
VA laws and regulations provide Veterans the opportunity to receive VA disability compensation for injuries and/or disabilities that were caused directly by military service (e.g., traumatic brain injury due to an IED explosion, post traumaticRead Full Article
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