Veterans Disability Benefits Impairments
There are lots of impairments that veterans can receive Veterans Disability Benefits for. Just because your impairment is not listed below, does not mean it is not a VA recognized service-connected impairment. To learn more about your impairment and Veterans Disability Benefits eligibility, fill out the online contact form or call (888) 959-9908.
Don’t see the Veterans Disability Benefits impairments on our list that you are looking for? Give us a call. We never charge for Veterans Disability Benefits consultations. Find out if your impairments are eligible for Veterans Disability Benefits at no cost to you. If we don’t know the answer, our staff will do further research on the Veterans Disability Benefits impairments you are trying to service-connect.
Many veterans don’t even realize their impairments are eligible for Veterans Disability Benefits. For example, suppose a veteran injured his back while active-duty in the military. As back conditions often do, the back condition got worse over the years. The pain is overbearing and it ends up causing the veteran depression. That veteran may be able to service-connect, not only his back condition, but also his depression because it is caused by a service-connected condition.