Top VA Disability Benefits for Retirees and Veterans Available pay, housing, healthcare, and employment benefits for disabled retirees and veterans Navigating the world of VA benefits can be frustrating and overwhelming for any veteran. Figuring out which benefits you’re eligible for, how to apply for them, and how to use them is a long road.
Can I Still Work If I Have a VA Rating? It is possible to receive VA disability and continue working Are you unsure about working with a VA disability rating? The process can be confusing because you could have a schedular rating and a TDIU rating, both of which mean different things and dictate your
What Is a VA Schedular Rating, and How Does It Affect Veteran Benefits? Veterans can apply for disability compensation, which comes with a schedular rating that determines the amount of help you’ll receive When you’re injured in the military, you could be eligible for a VA disability rating after you leave the service. These benefits,
VA Disability Benefits for Qualifying Veterans In order to be eligible for VA Disability Benefits, Veterans must have a VA Disability Rating. The higher their disability rating, the more benefits Veterans are eligible to receive. Veterans who qualify for VA disability benefits may suffer from physical conditions, such as chronic illness or service-connected injuries. They
VA Claims For National Guard And Reserves Here at Veterans Guardian, we get many questions about VA claims for National Guard and Reserve members. National Guard and Reserve members with an honorable discharge status may be eligible for certain VA benefits. The primary factor in determining basic eligibility for VA benefits is “veteran status,” which
Many Veterans want to know how VA Traumatic Brain Injuries or TBI are evaluated for compensation. TBIs are one of the most common injuries among combat veterans. The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC) reported more than 408,000 TBI's among U.S. service members worldwide between 2000 and early 2019. This post will break down
Lay Evidence for VA Disability Claims Does this phrase sound familiar? “There's nothing in your records to support your claim.” The VA denies claims all the time due to lack of evidence. Lay evidence for VA disability can be valuable evidence to prove various types of claims. This evidence is provided by a Veteran or
If you've received a denial letter or ratings decision you didn't agree with from the Department of Veterans Affairs, you still have options. It's common for VA disability claims to be denied, and you can appeal. Here's some advice on what you need to know on the VA appeals process. Deadline for Filing a Veterans'
Requesting a DD214 is a very simple process. This step by step guide will tell you how to request your DD214, especially if you're thinking about filing for VA disability benefits or seeking an increase in your current disability rating. The first step is to submit a military records request through the milConnect website. Here,
Veterans who qualify for a 100 percent disability rating from the VA are eligible for additional benefits not available to other Veterans. Below is a list of benefits for 100 percent disabled Veterans and their dependents. Note that benefits vary by state. Please check out our state benefits map for more details. Monthly Compensation Veterans