Winning VA Disability for Depression | Everything You Need to Know

Winning VA Disability for Depression | Everything You Need to Know thumbnail
shop-cbd

The VA doesn’t make things easy when trying to receive VA disability for mental health. Join us as we discuss depression today!

0: 00 Introduction
1: 48 What are some symptoms of clinical depression? What is clinical depression?
6: 24 Sleep disorders associated with depression such as insomnia, hypersomnia, etc.
7: 54 Appetite changes because of depression
8: 32 What to expect when filing a VA claim for depression
9: 12 VA C&P Exam for Depression
10: 44 How to prove your depression is related to your military service?
13: 41 What are my options to get treatment for depression during COVID-19?
15: 14 What if my depression has gotten worse during COVID-19? Can I file for an increased rating for depression during COVID-19?
16: 20 Can depression be claimed as a secondary disability?
Orthopedic disabilities and depression example
17: 23 Can you file a VA claim for different mental health conditions at the same time? Can you get two ratings for mental health conditions?
19: 14 Detailed breakdown of each Disability Rating for Depression with the VA
19: 47 0% Rating for Depression
20: 25 10% Rating for Depression
21: 41 30% Rating for Depression
23: 14 50% Rating for Depression
31: 10 70% Rating for Depression
31: 47 What is suicidal ideation?
34: 50 Spatial disorientation and depression along with other symptoms
38: 28 Difficulty adapting to stressful circumstances
39: 26 100% Rating for Depression
44: 56 Discussion on suicidal ideation and VA benefits
47: 24 Can you get VA Unemployability benefits for Depression?

Sounds from ZapSplat.com

For a FREE Case Evaluation go here: />
Visit our website at www.HillandPonton.com
Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/HillandPonton
For questions please email us at Info@hillandponton.com
Speakers
Natalia Jofre – COO
Rachel Cheek – Attorney

Buy 1 Sleep Tincture, Get 1 FREE Sleep Well Gummies

While many veterans experience physical injuries and ailments following active duty, mental health is a concern as well. Depression is one of the most common mental health issues that former service members face along with PTSD. Much like post-traumatic stress disorder, this illness is often invisible and can be tricky to characterize. However, depression can have life-long effects on a veteran’s well being and daily life.

Fortunately, veterans suffering from depression may be eligible for service-connected disability benefits. This guide will break down the VA rating for depression.

Soham Watkins

Soham Watkins

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.