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The VA disability claims process can be pretty complex. At the same time, here at Veterans Claims United, we know that each case can be different and require the assistance and knowledge of different experts to make sure that Veterans can get the entirety of VA disability compensation that they are entitled to as a result of their honourable service.

According to the National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA), about one-third of Veterans admit that they have been arrested and booked into prison at least once. Unfortunately, these grim statistics appear to be another indicator of how challenging the transition back to civilian life can be for a Veteran.

VA development letters are an essential part of the VA's process for evaluating and adjudicating Veterans' claims for benefits such as disability compensation, pensions, education benefits, or healthcare. These letters help ensure that the VA has all the necessary information and evidence to make a well-informed decision regarding your entitlement to benefits.

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a condition that occurs in some people after witnessing a shocking, frightening, or dangerous event. According to the American Psychiatric Association, every year, approximately 3.5% of adults in the United States are affected by PTSD.

Brain injuries can be caused by congenital defects (occurring in the womb and present at birth), hereditary defects (caused by genetic mutations) or degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease or Parkinson's disease. However, this article will focus on Traumatic and Non-Traumatic (aka Acquired) brain injuries.

Any veteran who gets disabled due to a service-related injury or syndrome is entitled to a monetary benefit called Disability Compensation. However, there are scenarios in which a Veteran can be entitled to additional tax-free benefits.

Any veteran who gets disabled due to a service-related injury or syndrome is entitled to a monetary benefit called Disability Compensation. However, there are scenarios in which a Veteran can be entitled to additional tax-free benefits.

Whether you are at the beginning of the application process or have already received your deserved benefits, it is essential to keep track of updates to understand how your rates and compensations might change in the future.

Knee injuries are common among people serving in the military. Injuries can range from a minor sprain to a severe tear. The main types of knee injuries are stress fractures, sprains, dislocations, and ligament or tendon damage.

Back pain is a common problem for Veterans, and it can have a devastating effect on your work, your social activities and your enjoyment of life generally.