Back pain can be rated from 10%-100% when service connected. Learn how to file a claim with the VA for your back pain.
Category: C&P Exam
In this post, I’ll be revealing and explaining some of my 10 Best VA Compensation and Pension Exam Tips. Hi Veterans, Brian Reese here, Air Force service disabled veteran, VA disability expert, and founder and CEO at VA Claims Insider and CEO at Military Disability Made Easy. First and foremost, you may be wondering: “Why did […]
Learn how to file a claim for your orthopedic condition with the VA. Orthopedic condition is related to pain in your joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, or cartilage.
If you’re reading this, you have either already scheduled your CP exam for PTSD benefits or you are considering filing a claim, and you’re probably wondering what you can expect during the VA medical exam. Well, you came to the right place! We’ve put together a comprehensive breakdown so you know just what to expect […]
Medical evidence is vital when it comes to filing a claim for disability compensation. Learn how to request military records to prove service connection.
VA ratings for depression can be rated from 0% to 100% with service connected medical evidence. Learn about your symptoms and understand how the VA rates depression.
After all the work that goes into filing a successful VA claim, followed by all the waiting for the VA to issue a decision, there are few things that feel better than finally having your claim approved! But can the VA reduce a PTSD rating? The short answer is, yes. The VA absolutely can choose […]
PTSD is one of the most common conditions suffered by veterans. Learn more about PTSD and better understand how you can file your claim.
Need a C&P exam for sleep apnea secondary to PTSD? In order to help you with your secondary claim, we have put together this Insiders Guide! Here at VA Claims Insider, we have found that one of the most common secondary conditions to PTSD is Sleep Apnea. Remember, your C&P (“compensation and pension”) exam is, […]
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can cause mild to serious symptoms and is recognized by the VA as a common injury among combat veterans. Learn more about TBI and how you can get rated.