The highest VA disability rating for migraines is 50%. You might be thinking, “but mine are so bad I’m completely disabled!” You wouldn’t be alone, so we will discuss how to get more benefits later in this article. But for now, the severity of migraines is hard to diagnosis objectively from an outsider, which is one of the reasons the VA maxes out its rating for migraines at 50%.
It is estimated that 1/4 women veterans and 1/100 male veterans experienced MST, according to the DAV. With this alarming statistic, it is crucial to
It can be extremely frustrating to prepare and file a VA disability claim, only to have your VA rating decision letter say something like: “VA
Veterans who have pes planus (or “flat feet”) may be eligible for a VA disability rating. What many don’t know is that there are also
High blood pressure is also called hypertension and is not called the “Silent Killer” for nothing. The only time that symptoms might show is when
For the most part, VA ratings are simply used to tell the veteran “accepted” or “denied”, but in some cases, it is possible to receive
In this post, I’m sharing my simple, 3-step process so disabled veterans with a current PTSD rating can learn how to increase VA disability rating