You Fought for Us

Now Let Us Fight for You

Veterans (VA) Benefits For Mental Illnesses

There are several types of VA benefits for veterans who have service-related mental illnesses. If you are a veteran and have a mental condition caused or worsened by United States military service, you might be eligible. It is important to speak with an experienced lawyer for veterans’ disability to determine if you have a claim.

Compensation for Service-Related Mental Conditions

Veterans who experience a mental disorder that occurred during military service may be eligible to receive monthly monetary compensation from the VA. A VA disability claim attorney can help determine eligibility for you, your dependent children, and your dependent parents.

Common Service-Related Mental Illnesses Eligible for Benefits

There are a number of mental illnesses eligible for VA disability benefits. A VA disability claim attorney from Jackson & MacNichol Law Offices can help you file a claim if you suffer from one of these mental conditions if it is service-related:

  • Anxiety or depression
  • Bipolar disorder, delusional disorder, mood disorder, panic disorder, or psychotic disorder
  • TBI
  • Alzheimer Disease, Dementia
  • Chronic adjustment disorder
  • Military sexual disorder
  • PTSD

To receive compensation, you may need a lawyer for Veterans Disability who can show your condition is directly related to active duty military service. The military event didn’t have to happen while deployed to a foreign nation; it could have occurred while stationed stateside. And the event causing the mental condition doesn’t have to be a bomb or IED, it could also have occurred as the result of sexual trauma, hazing, or a vehicular accident.

You may also be eligible for monetary compensation if you had a mental disorder when you entered the military and it was worsened by your active duty military service.

Talk to a Lawyer For Veterans Disability

Discuss your situation with an attorney from Jackson & MacNichol Law Offices. We can help you determine eligibility and file claims or appeals if necessary to help you get any compensation you deserve.

= North Carolina Veterans Benefits Attorney = Kentucky Veterans Benefits Attorney

= New York Veterans Benefits Attorney = Tennessee Veterans Benefits Attorney

= Alabama Veterans Benefits Attorney = Virginia Veterans Benefits Attorney

= Ohio Veterans Benefits Attorney = Florida Veterans Benefits Attorney

= Texas Veterans Benefits Attorney = Pennsylvania Veterans Benefits Attorney

= Louisiana Veterans Benefits Attorney = Georgia Veterans Benefits Attorney

Monthly
disability benefits
Learn More
Total disability based
on individual unemployability (TDIU)
Learn More
Veterans
disability compensation
Learn More

Contact Us Today!   Call toll free (800) 524-3339 or

Get started!