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On October 12, 2023, the VA officially confirmed that the VA disability pay rates will be increased in 2024. This increase will …

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. ED can have various causes, including …

Eye disabilities are extremely common among Veterans. In fact, eye injuries and vision disorders are the fourth most common disabilities after hearing …

Secondary VA claims are disability claims for conditions related to or resulting from a primary service-connected disability.  Suppose you have a service-connected …

A Buddy Letter, also known as a Statement in Support of Claim or Statement of Witness, is a written statement from a …

The US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) states that about 30% of all VA disability claims are denied. 75% of them are …

If you feel at a loss trying to figure out how the VA calculates your disability rate, you are definitely not alone! …

The VA defines a Presumptive Condition as a medical condition that is automatically assumed to be service connected. In other words, if …

On June 7, 2022, the Dr. Kate Hendricks Thomas Supporting Expanded Review for Veterans in Combat Environments (SERVICE) Act was signed into …

Veterans need to submit medical evidence to support their claims for service-connected disabilities or other VA benefits. In some cases, you may …