Am I Eligible for Service-Connected Disability Compensation?
VA-Accredited Claims Agents Helping You Understand Your Eligibility
Many people wonder whether or not they may be eligible for veterans disability benefits. You don’t have to wonder anymore. Our VA-accredited claims agents can help you understand whether or not you may be eligible for service-connected disability compensation.
At The Rep For Vets, our claims agents serve veterans nationwide and are dedicated to helping military veterans get the benefits they deserve. If you have questions about your benefits, complete the online contact form for a free consultation.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has two disability programs: Service-Connected Disability Compensation and Non-Service-connected Disability Pension. Disability Compensation is for veterans who suffer from disabilities that were caused or aggravated by their service in the military. Disability Pension is for low-income veterans who are totally and permanently disabled due to disabilities which are not related to their time in the service.
Eligibility for Service-Connected Disability Compensation
The most common type of claim is for service-connected disability compensation. At The Rep For Vets, our VA-accredited claims agents prove that veterans are “service-connected” by proving certain criteria:
- The veteran has a current disability.
- The veteran experienced an injury or event during service that caused or aggravated the disability.
- There is a causal relationship between the current disability and military service.