What are the Most Common Service Connected Disabilities?

A VA service-connected disability refers to an injury or disease that was happened during active military service. Both Physical and mental health conditions are defined under the umbrella of  Service-connected disabilities. The Most Common VA Claimed Service Connected Disabilities As per the VA’s 2018 Annual Benefits Report, there are approximately 5.2 million disabled Veterans in […]

Sleep Apnea Secondary to Asthma VA Rating

Sleep Apnea Secondary to Asthma According to law See 38 CFR § 3.310(a), service connection is established on a secondary basis for a disability which is because of result of service-connected disease or injury. In order to establish service connection on secondary basis it must requires to provide sufficient evidence as mentioned below: Medical diagnosis […]

Combat Related Special Compensation (CRSC) Benefits for Veterans

Combat Related Special Compensation (CRSC) Benefits

What is Combat Related Special Compensation (CRSC)? Combat Special Compensation is the combat veterans’ benefits that provide tax-free payments to retired Veterans with combat-related disabilities. You must apply for CRSC through your uniformed service. it is monthly entitlement by which an eligible veterans can get some or all of their retired pay. if veterans are […]

What Is the VA Rating for Migraine Headache?

A migraine headache is usually a moderate or severe headache pain on 1 side of the head. it is a common health condition, that affects mostly men than women. Its affects around one in every 5 women and around 1 in every 15 men. Migraine headaches are a common problem among military Veterans. VA Rating […]

What is a Combat Veteran and Benefits for Combat Veterans

What is a Combat Veteran and Benefits for Combat Veterans

Generally, combat veterans are individuals who served in wartime during military service. For example military personnel who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. So it doesn’t matter that you were the Iraq veterans, Afghanistan veterans, Gulf War veterans, or veterans of the Vietnam War, there are certain laws and regulations that assist you to enjoy the […]

What is $20000 Grant for Disabled Veterans?

20000 Grant for Disabled Veterans

A disabled veteran is given a disability rating of 0 % to 100 % from the veteran affairs department. The disability rating can be 50%, 80%, and 100 percent rating. The veteran is given a 100 percent rating, who is permanent and completely disabled.  The Disabled Veterans National Foundation (DVNF) (www.dvnf.org), is proudly announcing that $20,000 […]

Jameela Jamil X I Weigh Scholarship

I weigh is the scholarship that gives the chance to a student to be heard by the world. They provide these amazing opportunities where the students can represent themselves. I weigh is like a small community where everyone can feel comfortable and independent. The main perspective of I weigh is that no one should feel […]

Student Loan Forgiveness for 100% Disabled Veterans

Student Loan Forgiveness for 100% Disabled Veterans

If you’re 100% Disabled veterans which means totally and permanently disabled, you may qualify for a discharge of your federal student loans.  An executive order passed by the president directed the Department of Education to forgive all federal student loan debt owed by veterans who are “completely and permanently” disabled. The presidential memorandum also cleared […]