Veterans, how would you like to learn about the 2020 VA disability rates for conditions, using actual Veteran Benefits Administration (VBA) data as your guide?
Brian Reese here, Air Force disabled veteran, VA disability expert, and founder of VA Claims Insider.
Part of the reason we call ourselves VA Claims “Insider” is because we get access to and make sense of data and information that nobody else does—this blog post is no exception!
For the first time ever, VA Claims Insider has data-mined the Top 10 VA disability rates for conditions in 2020 based on the Veteran Benefits Administration (VBA) Fiscal Year (FY) 2018-2019 report to Congress regarding VA disability compensation.
List of the Top 10 VA Disability Rates for Conditions
- #1 Tinnitus rated at 10% or $142.29 per month
- #2 Hearing Loss rated at 0% or $0 per month
- #3 Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) rated at 70% or $1,426.17 per month
- #4 Scars, General rated at 0% or $0 per month
- #5 Limitation of Flexion, Knee rated at 10% or $142.29 per month
- #6 Lumbosacral or Cervical Strain rated at 10% or $142.29 per month
- #7 Paralysis of the Sciatic Nerve rated at 10% or $142.29 per month
- #8 Limitation of Range of Motion of the Ankle rated at 10% or $142.29 per month
- #9 Migraines (Headaches) rated at 30% or $435.69 per month
- #10 Degenerative Arthritis of the Spine rated at 10% or $142.29 per month
VA Disability Compensation Rates for Conditions in 2020
VA disability compensation is a tax-free monetary benefit paid to disabled veterans with service-connected disabilities that are the result of a disease or injury incurred or aggravated during their active duty military service.
The 2020 VA disability pay amount is determined according to a veteran’s combined VA disability rating, which is rated on a scale from 10% to 100%, with breaks at 20%, 30%, 40%, 50%, 60%, 70%, 80%, and 90%.
While a 0% VA disability rating is still considered “service connected” with some VA benefits, the 0 percent VA rating is not eligible for monthly tax-free compensation benefits.
Compensation may also be paid for VA disabilities that are secondary to disabilities occurring in service and for disabilities presumed to be related to circumstances of military service, even though they may arise after the veteran has left active duty military service.
Generally, the more severe a veteran’s disabilities, the higher the VA disability rating assigned, which means a higher tax-free monetary benefit each month.
>> Wondering about the VA disability payment dates in 2020? Click HERE now.
2020 VA Disability Rates for Conditions Pay Chart Summary
|VA Disability Rating||2019 VA Disability Rates for Conditions||2020 VA Disability Rates for Conditions|
In 2020, VA disability pay rates for conditions rose by 1.6%, which means veterans received a relatively small increase versus their 2019 VA pay.
The new 2020 VA disability rates for conditions were effective December 1, 2019.
>> Click HERE to see the complete list of VA disability rates 2020, which includes VA pay with dependents.
VA Disability Rates for Conditions – Did Veterans Get a VA Disability Pay Increase in 2020?
Table of Average VA Disability Rates for Conditions
|VA Disability Body System||Total Number of All VA Disabilities||Percent of All VA Disabilities||Average VA Disability Percentages for Conditions|
|Dental and Oral||118,309||0.5%||10%|
|Hemic and Lymphatic||68,280||0.3%||0%|
|Total of All VA Disabilities||25,127,129||100%||Average VA Rating = 10%|
How to Increase Your VA Disability Rating
💥 Veterans, now that you’ve seen the 2020 VA disability pay chart, maybe you want to learn how to get the VA disability rating and compensation YOU deserve in less time.
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In my brand-new FREE 45-minute video training you’ll learn 3 Secret VA Disability Claim Tips that could get you a higher VA disability rating, in less time, even if you’ve already been denied VA compensation benefits.
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About The Author
His frustration with the 8-step VA disability claims process led him to create “VA Claims Insider,” which provides U.S. military veterans with tips, strategies, and lessons learned for successfully submitting or re-submitting a winning VA disability compensation claim.
Brian is also the CEO of Military Disability Made Easy, which is the world’s largest free searchable database for all things related to DoD disability and VA disability, and has served more than 5,000,000 military members and veterans since its founding in 2013.
His eBook, the “9 Secrets Strategies for Winning Your VA Disability Claim” has been downloaded more than 300,000 times in the past three years and is the #1 rated free VA disability claims guide for veterans.
He is a former active duty Air Force officer with extensive experience leading hundreds of individuals and multi-functional teams in challenging international environments, including a combat tour to Afghanistan in 2011 supporting Operation ENDURING FREEDOM.
Brian is a Distinguished Graduate of Management from the United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO and he holds an MBA from Oklahoma State University’s Spears School of Business, Stillwater, OK, where he was a National Honor Scholar (Top 1% of Graduate School class).