Symptoms of PTSD in Veterans (*LIVE* with VA Claims Insider and Combat Craig)



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Brian Reese VA Insider and Combat Craig discuss Symptoms of PTSD in Veterans.

A veteran’s PTSD VA Rating comes down to your level of Occupational and Social Impairment.

In this interview, VA Claims Insider and Combat Craig talk about their own symptoms of combat PTSD and the struggles we face on a daily basis.

Here are some Frequently Asked Questions about your PTSD VA Rating:

Can I get VA disability compensation and benefits for PTSD VA Claim? Yes. The Department of Veterans Affairs will pay veterans with service-connected PTSD monthly compensation.

Is PTSD considered a disability? The Department of Veterans Affairs recognizes PTSD as a mental condition that may be related to service, and PTSD is therefore compensable.

What is the disability rating for PTSD? The VA will give you a disability rating based upon the severity of your PTSD, specifically related to your level of occupational and social impairment. If you are considered service-connected, you will receive a VA disability rating for PTSD of 0%, 10%, 30%, 50%, 70%, or 100%.

How much does the VA pay for PTSD? If your PTSD claim is approved, you may receive up to $3,350.87 per month. That is currently the max that the VA will pay veterans with PTSD, if at the 100% rating criteria for PTSD. 100% rating for PTSD.

Can PTSD be permanent? Some veterans may receive a permanent and total rating. If your PTSD is not expected to improve, you may obtain the status of permanent disability.

Can the VA reduce your disability rating for PTSD? Yes. Unfortunately, sometimes the VA will lower a veteran’s PTSD rating. If that happens to you, file an appeal with new and material medical evidence for PTSD and challenge the VA’s decision.

How can I get 100% VA disability for PTSD? Your PTSD must be severe enough to warrant a 100% rating. Many veterans do obtain a 100% rating for PTSD using the VA Claims Insider proven proprietary medical consulting process.

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Please reach out to us at VA Claims Insider, and we’ll get you the VA PTSD disability rating and compensation YOU deserve.

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