Easy VA Disability Claims: Tinnitus and Back

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Video Description

➡️Veterans seem to believe that tinnitus is the easiest claim to win. So many veterans are service-connected for tinnitus because their medical evidence supports that they should be service-connected. Veterans can’t wear adequate hearing protection on active duty because they have to hear their commanders or other team members. Hearing protection doesn’t always allow good communication, so to function and perform well at their duty, frequently veterans take it out or don’t wear it.

Your medical evidence must show that you currently suffer a disability or chronic problem that affects your life somehow. You must show how these effects are related to your active service with examples of a specific event, injury, illness ex.

Any VA disability claim that is supported by medical evidence can be easy. It doesn’t matter what it is. I hope that you’ll come to Vet Comp and Pen and let us review your case and let us help get you all the disability benefits that you’re medically and ethically qualified for.