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Veterans Disability Compensation vs. Veterans Disability Pension

The Department of Veterans Affairs has two different programs for veterans who suffer from disabilities.

Disability Compensation is a program to compensate those whose disabilities, whether physical or emotional, are directly tied to service.

Disability Pension, on the other hand, is a program for veterans who have served in times of war and have become disabled but whose conditions are not directly connected to service.

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Monthly Disability Benefits
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Total Disability Based On Individual Unemployability
Total disability based
on individual unemployability (TDIU)
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Veterans Disability Compensation
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Social Security Disability Insurance payments are available to wage earners who have become disabled. Supplemental Security Income payments are available to those with limited income who are disabled.

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As a proud member of the National Association of Veterans' Advocates (NOVA), we offer representation at all stages of the benefits claim process.

We represent Veterans in their disability benefits cases nationwide.

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