Disabilities & Disorders
There are a variety of disabilities and disorders that may qualify a veteran for disability benefits through the VA. If you believe you may be suffering from a service-connected injury or mental health issue, we encourage you to learn more about your condition and how it affects eligibility for VA benefits.
If you believe you have a qualifying disorder for veterans benefits, learn more about filing for different types of veterans disability claims.
Learn about the symptoms of Gulf War Syndrome, common hazards that can cause the illness, and how we can help you.
Concerned about a loved one's suicidal thoughts, behaviors or actions? Learn about the warning signs and how you can help your loved one.
Post-traumatic stress disorder has four types of symptoms. Learn what to look out for so you can seek proper treatment and begin to heal.
Agent Orange has been linked to a number of qualifying disorders for which vets can receive benefits. Get the list and more in-depth info.
Polytrauma, a service-connected disability that usually involves TBI and another injury, can be hard to diagnose. Learn about the symptoms.
Many veterans turn to drugs or alcohol to cope; many will develop a substance use disorder (SUD) or succumb to addiction.
There is a variety of anxiety disorders that a vet may experience as a result of their service. Learn about common issues for veterans.
Do you know a servicemember who is displaying unusual behavior? Learn signs of mental illness and how it is diagnosed.
Depression occurs often in veterans. Find out if depression qualifies you for disability benefits, how to pursue treatment, and more.
Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with cancer? Some cancers are common in servicemembers. Get the list here.
Did you know that diabetes has been linked to herbicide exposure? Learn whether vets with diabetes are eligible for disability benefits.
How We Help Can Help You
Whether you are appealing a denial of benefits or appealing an award of insufficient benefits, Vets National Advocates has the knowledge you need on your side.
Our advocates for disabled veterans understand the procedures used by the VA, and we know that seeking benefits for disabilities can sometimes be a complex process.