There are Varying Conditions That May Qualify You for Compensation
Veterans can be eligible to receive compensation for mental health conditions and physical impairments. Gathering the appropriate evidence from medical professionals and in some cases, friends, family and fellow service members may be necessary in order to receive compensation by the VA.
Types of physical conditions: multiple types of arthritis, asthma, back pain, bronchitis, cancer, chronic fatigue syndrome, COPD, diabetes, fibromyalgia, head injury, heart disease, hypertension, joint disorder, knee pain and injuries, migraines, headaches, military sexual trauma, neck arthritis, neck pain, non-battle injury, prostate cancer, peripheral neuropathy, radiculopathy, rheumatoid Arthritis, sleep apnea, sleep disorders, spinal fusion, spine disorders, thyroid disorder, traumatic brain injuries (TBI), and varicose veins.
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Types of mental conditions: anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, major depressive disorder, military sexual trauma, non-battle injury benefits, panic disorder, PTSD, schizoaffective disorder, schizophrenia, sleep disorders, neurobehavioral effects, and psychoses.
If you are suffering from any of these conditions as a result of your time in the military service or if any of these conditions are secondary to your service connected conditions, you may be entitled to compensation from the VA.
Reach out to Gerling Law Disability Attorneys today for a free claim review. Our attorneys are experienced, dedicated, and determined to get the best results possible for veterans across the United States.