As the popularity of cryptocurrency grows, many Americans have started to invest in crypto such as Bitcoin. If you're a veteran who has invested inLearn More
VA Disability Benefits
VA Disability compensation is a monthly tax-free benefit paid to Veterans who became ill or suffered an injury while serving in the U.S. military. This can include physical health issues such as chronic illnesses or injuries, and mental health conditions such as Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, and more. In this section of our blog, we dive deep into everything you need to know about VA disability benefits such as the three elements needed in every successful VA claim, how to start your VA disability claim, what a Compensation and Pension Exam is, what sort of evidence can be helpful, what to expect when appealing a denied claim, and so much more.
Here are our Top 10 VA Disability Benefits blogs:
- VA Disability Pay Schedule (2021 UPDATE)
- Top 5 Easiest VA Disability Claims to get Approved
- The VA Disability Claim Timeline and Process
- VA Benefits – A Basic Understanding of Special Monthly Compensation
- Veterans’ Benefits for Widows Explained!
- VA Benefits Available to Vets' Parents and Children
- VA Benefits for Veteran Spouses Compensation Guide
- VA Supplemental Claim and Evidence Explained!
- VA Caregiver Program Guide: Requirements & Benefits
- What Happens to My VA Benefits If I Am Arrested?
After the United States Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA) receives and reviews a claim, an administrator may request that the applicant attend aLearn More
Combat-Related Special Compensation (CRSC) is an amount of money that a combat veteran receives each month in addition to whatever benefits they areLearn More
The Department of Veterans Affairs pays a monthly benefit, called disability compensation, to disabled veterans who incurred an injury or illness dueLearn More
When making a VA disability claim, veterans expect to receive a disability rating to determine their monthly compensation. However, there are casesLearn More
Veterans with residuals of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can receive additional benefits if they are housebound. The rating and compensation criteriaLearn More
Service connection is a key part of applying for disability benefits through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. If you have had a disabilityLearn More
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Once the Department of Veterans Affairs determines that a veteran does have service connection on a disability that resulted from their militaryLearn More
VA Aid & Attendance Benefits: What Veterans Should Know Veterans who have difficulty completing daily activities on their own may be eligible forLearn More
Generally, a veteran’s VA benefits may not be paid to anyone other than directly to the veteran. However, if a family member is theLearn More
You may qualify for vision care benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) if you have a diagnosedLearn More