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Collect the disability compensation you deserve as a veteran of the US Armed Forces

According to the VA, over 10 million eligible Veterans have never applied for their VA Disability Benefits. If you are already receiving VA Disability Benefits you may be eligible for more.

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VA Disability Calculator

This 2024 VA disability calculator helps veterans determine how much compensation they may receive because of their service-related disability.

About Veterans Guide

As a retired servicemember of the United States military, obtaining the maximum VA compensation isn’t a simple task
There are many benefits available to you as a veteran of the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines and Space Force.

Veterans Guide provides you with the necessary information you need to obtain the maximum benefits when you leave military service. is an initiative founded by the Disability Advocate Group, LLC. We provide comprehensive educational materials and direct access to a panel of expert counselors and legal professionals in collaboration with the National Advocates for Veterans Disability Assistance, LLC (NAVDA).

Major Veteran Conditions

The VA has a number of programs providing financial, medical and other assistance to veterans.

Skin conditions

If you are a veteran with disfiguring or painful skin conditions and scars, the VA may owe you disability compensation.


Sadness is unavoidable, but intense and persistent feelings of sadness may be indicative of major depressive disorder.


You can get a VA disability rating for migraines as a primary or secondary condition to traumatic brain injuries, tinnitus, and other medical problems connected to your service.

Sleep apnea

Even though sleep apnea is typically rated secondary to other service-connected disabilities, you can be assigned a VA disability rating for sleep apnea and receive monthly compensation.

Hearing Loss/Tinnitus

Problems with hearing can significantly impact their quality of life, making it difficult to get by at work, enjoy their favorite hobbies, or even communicate with loved ones.


Post-traumatic stress disorder is particularly common in military veterans as a result of traumatizing experiences. It can cause symptoms involving memories, mood, and behavior.


A VA disability rating for gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, gives you access to monthly compensation and VA disability programs based on how severe your condition is and how much it affects your ability to hold down steady work.


A sinusitis VA rating may result in monthly compensation depending on the severity of your condition, and it could provide access to VA disability programs designed to help those who cannot work.

Musculoskeletal Conditions

The Veterans Affairs (VA) musculoskeletal ratings help veterans predict how much support they can expect from U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs benefits.

Do you know what you need to obtain maximum VA benefits?

Review our step by step guides to financial and medical benefits available to you as a retired military veteran.

Toxic Exposure

PFAS Exposure

One class of toxic chemicals that service members may be exposed to is known as PFAS.

Military Asbestos Exposure

Veterans who have been exposed to asbestos during active duty military service and developed severe health issues like mesothelioma may qualify for VA benefits and/or damages in an asbestos lawsuit.

Camp Lejeune Water Contamination

Veterans with health conditions caused by Camp Lejeune’s toxic water can file lawsuits for compensation and apply for disability benefits with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Burn Pits

On a military base in another country, you don’t have many options for disposing of trash, waste, and debris. The United States military has utilized open-air burn pits to solve this dilemma.

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Disability Eligibility Criteria

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Eligibility for VA Benefits

Your eligibility for most VA benefits is based on discharge from active military service under other than dishonorable conditions. Active service means full-time service as a member of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Space Force or as a commissioned officer of the Public Health Service, the Environmental Services Administration or the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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