If you’ve filed an appeal or a claim regarding an eligibility decision with the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA), and want to check on that status of it, you can do it easily, online.
All you have to do is click here to see how it’s doing.
If you want to file an appeal, and aren’t sure how to go about it, refer to this page (it also has links to track it).
If you want to file a claim, and aren’t sure how to go about it, you can check out this page for a guide.
Both veterans and qualified dependents can be eligible to receive disability benefits.
If you have a current illness or injury (or a known condition) that affects your body or mind and you got sick or injured while serving in the military — and can link this condition to your illness or injury …
You had an illness or injury before you joined the military — and serving made it worse — you may qualify.
Conditions that are covered by these benefits:
– Chronic (long-lasting) back pain resulting in a current diagnosed back disability
– Breathing problems resulting from a current lung condition or lung disease
– Severe hearing loss
– Scar tissue
– Loss of range of motion (problems moving your body)
– Cancers caused by contact with toxic chemicals or other dangers
– Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
– Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
– Depression or anxiety
For more information on things that are covered, click here.