Veterans with PTSD or Other Mental Health Issues

A Lifeline for Veterans with PTSD or Other Mental Health Issues

By Jan Dils | May 20, 2019

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Did you know that 30 percent of active duty and reserve military personnel deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan have a mental health condition requiring treatment? Of that percentage, approximately 730,000 men and women experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and major depression. Here is where we as a nation are failing our… Range of Motion Impacts

How Range of Motion Impacts Your VA Disability Claim

By Jan Dils | Jan 21, 2019

Regardless of their branch of service or Military Occupational Specialty, most Veterans had a physically demanding experience while serving. This is obvious for Veterans who served in combat, but it may not be as obvious for those weren’t in combat. Everyday life in the Military is physically demanding. Everything from ruck marches to the type…

5 Things Veterans Need To Do To Get Their VA Disability Claim Approved in 2019

By Jan Dils | Jan 2, 2019

2019 has started, and that means it’s time for new goals for the new year. If you’re a Veteran one of your goals for 2019 might be getting your VA Disability Claim approved. If this is one of your goals for the new year, it may be a difficult task. Claims are still backlogged, and…

Important Questions for Every Veteran Considering VA Disability Benefits

By Jan Dils | Oct 3, 2018

Each year, more and more Veterans apply for VA Disability. However, there are even more Veterans left wondering if they can apply. The process is so daunting that many Veterans avoid it out of fear that they won’t qualify for benefits. Our firm has been pursuing VA Disability benefits for more than a decade. Over…

Individual Unemployability vs. 100% Schedular Rating

By Jon Corra | Aug 3, 2018

Since there is a lot of misinformation about the VA Disability Process many veterans aren’t aware of how certain aspects work. For instance, many Veterans assume that VA disability works just like Social Security Disability. Social Security Disability is a program in place for individuals who can’t work because of their disabilities. VA Disability Compensation…

The 6 Biggest Mistakes Veterans Make at C&P Exams

By Jan Dils | Jul 30, 2018

Most Veterans pursuing a VA Disability claim are subject to a Compensation and Pension Exam (C&P Exam). For those who have not filed a claim before, a C&P Exam is a medical exam performed by a medical provider at the VA. These exams are directly related to the claims Veterans file when they apply for…

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