What Conditions Can I file?

 

Disability compensation is a monetary benefit paid to Veterans who are determined by VA to be disabled by an injury or illness that was incurred or aggravated during active military service. These disabilities are considered to be service-connected. To be eligible for compensation, the Veteran must have been separated or discharged under conditions other than dishonorable. Monthly disability compensation varies with the degree of disability and the number of eligible dependents. Veterans with certain severe disabilities may be eligible for additional special monthly compensation (SMC). Disability compensation benefits are not subject to federal or state income tax.

*Service connection covers you from the time of entry into the military until your separation. On and off-post, vacations, vehicle accidents, slip and falls. You may be able to get VA disability benefits for conditions such as:

  • Asthma, and Chronic Respiratory Conditions

  • (problems moving your body)

  • Hearing Loss, and Tinnitus.

  • PTSD, Depression, and Anxiety

  • Lumbosacral or Cervical Strain.

  • Paralysis of the Sciatic Nerve.

  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)

  • Migraine Headaches

  • Sleep Apnea

  • Foot Conditions

  • Sinus, Allergies and other Nasal Conditions

  • Hypertension

  • Diabetes 

  • COPD

  • Loss of range of motion or Chronic Joint Pain (long-lasting) Back, Neck, Knee, Ankle, and Hips

 

You may also be able to get VA disability benefits for:

 

  • Vietnam Veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange
  • Gulf War Syndrome

Visit www.VADisabilityAdvocate.com or Call 702-209-5722 for your free consultation.