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Can I get Veterans Disability Compensation for my Depression?

Published on January 17th, 2020

When you suffer from depression, holding down a job and performing daily tasks may not be possible. If your depression was caused or made worse by your military service, the VA may provide you with monthly, tax free payments to compensate you for the loss of earnings you experience because of your condition. Unfortunately, there […]

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Can I get Veterans Disability Compensation for Diabetes?

Published on January 7th, 2020

Diabetes is a condition where your body does not produce or properly use insulin, a hormone that converts sugars into the energy you need to live. Among Vietnam era veterans, type II diabetes, where the body develops a resistance to insulin, is the fourth most common disability. According to the 2018 VA benefits report, 372,983 […]

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How Does the VA Determine Marginal Employment for TDIU?

Published on January 3rd, 2020

Total Disability for Individual Unemployability, or TDIU, is an alternate route to getting the same veterans disability compensation as someone who has received a 100 percent disability rating. TDIU gives you these same amount of benefits even if you have a lower disability rating. The key is proving that you are unemployable under the VA’s […]

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Can I get Compensation for my Breathing Disorder?

Published on December 27th, 2019

Many veterans return home after a deployment and have trouble breathing. For others, symptoms may come later. Respiratory conditions like these can be difficult to diagnose, and it can also be difficult to demonstrate how your condition was caused by your military service. Fortunately, there’s growing evidence that the service conditions of many veterans can cause […]

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What are the Presumptive Agent Orange Cancers?

Published on December 21st, 2019

When you apply for veterans disability compensation, you need to show that your medical condition was caused or made worse by your military service–unless the VA considers your condition to be presumptive. This means that the VA presumes that your illness was caused by your military service. If you served in an area where you […]

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