Using Medical Evidence When You Claim A Secondary Disability

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➡️There are several ways to claim VA disability benefits:

– Online on a Premium eBenefits account. Once you set up a Premium eBenefits account, you can apply for disability benefits right online. It takes a few clicks.

– You can download and print the forms to file your claim. You would then fill them out by hand or by typing on the computer. You would then send those directly to the VA

– You can go to your local VSO. An accredited VSO is somebody that the VA has determined is qualified to help veterans apply for disability benefits.

Those are some of the ways to claim your VA disability. If you’re a veteran and you’re suffering a condition that is secondary to a service-connected condition, and you know that there’s a link between your current condition and your service-connected condition. You haven’t yet filed, now is the time to take the next steps to receive the benefits you medically and ethically deserve.