Many veterans are confused about how their military discharge status can affect their eligibility for VA Veterans Disability Benefits. The only military discharge that can bar a veteran from receiving VA Veterans Disability Benefits is a dishonorable discharge.
If a veteran received an Honorable Discharge, General Discharge, or Other Than Honorable discharge the veteran is eligible for VA Veterans Disability Benefits. However, if a veteran served two active duty terms and received two different discharges and one is Dishonorable, the veteran may still be able to receive VA Veterans Disability Benefits.
Are You Eligible for VA Disability Benefits?
The VA laws can be confusing and many veterans are unaware how their military discharge status can affect their eligibility for VA Veterans Disability Benefits. If you have any questions about your eligibility for VA Veteran Disability Benefits because of your discharge status, don’t hesitate to call my law firm. We don’t charge a penny unless we win your case! The call is free and so is the advice. 888-959-9908