In a perfect world, getting service connection for a veterans disability benefits claim would be as easy as sending in a single form. After all, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has a duty to assist Veterans in developing their claims and an obligation to make sure Veterans get service…

Served on active duty, active duty for training, or inactive duty training; and. Have a disability rating for your service-connected condition; and. Became sick or injured while serving in the military and can link this condition to your current condition. Broadly speaking, most diseases and disabilities are eligible for VA benefits if the conditions can be connected to…

Many Veterans realize they are eligible for disability benefits for any injuries that occurred while in service. However, most Veterans fail to realize that degenerative conditions that are often associated with age can also be connected to military service. For example, most Veterans do not realize they may be eligible…

Veterans In Any State Can Qualify For Disability Benefits  All 50 states have regional Department of Veterans’ Affairs offices where Veterans can file claims for disability benefits. These benefits are granted to Veterans with service-connected disabilities – mental or physical problems that are directly connected to a Veteran’s military service.…

How VA Disability Benefits Work If you have a service-connected disability, you deserve to receive compensation from the VA. The VA awards monthly disability payments to Veterans who they recognize as having disabilities that have been caused or worsened by their military service.  These service-connected disabilities can be either physical…

What Is Adjustment Disorder? Adjustment disorder is an umbrella term that can describe a range of symptoms that can arise from a big, stressful change in someone’s life.  The symptoms of adjustment disorder often closely resemble depression and manifest when someone’s circumstances make them feel hopeless, discouraged, anxious, and stressed. …

A Guide to VA Unemployability

VA Unemployability If you have separated from service and are unable to work due to a disability, you may be wondering what your rights are. As a Veteran, you may be eligible to appeal for TDIU, which stands for Total Disability based on Individual Unemployability (IU). However, we know this…