Tag Archives: disabled veteran

Top 20 VA Disability Claims

Learn the top 20 most common VA disability claims, how they may be caused, and how VA rates these conditions for veterans’ disability benefits. Please leave us your questions or comments below, and thank you for tuning in with us today! 10 Most Common VA Claims: https://cck-law.com/blog/10-most-common-disabilities-for-veterans/ Learn more about CCK: https://cck-law.com/why-hire-cck-for-your-va-disability-appeal/ 0:00 Introduction 0:45… Read More »

Fortnite Live Grinding and streaming try to reach 1K

Fortnite Live Grinding and streaming try to reach 1K #fortnitelive #fortnitesolos #fortniterumble Hello everyone, I’m Tony Hamblin, aka The Baldgamer, During the stream today I will be playing Rumble and solos to get back into the swing of playing. I am also trying to grind to get 1K subscribers, so if you like the content… Read More »

VA Disability Compensation for TBI and PTSD

Get an overview of VA disability compensation for TBI and PTSD. Traumatic brain injuries are a signature wound of the post-9/11 era of Veterans and PTSD is one of the most commonly service-connected mental health conditions. Often, these two conditions are linked. Join to learn how VA rates TBI and PTSD (together vs. separately) for… Read More »

70% PTSD VA Rating: What it Means and How to Qualify

What does a 70% PTSD VA Rating Mean? Get an overview of the 70 percent PTSD rating criteria, how to increase your PTSD rating, what veterans benefits you may qualify for, such as Individual Unemployability (TDIU) for PTSD. READ the blog post here: https://cck-law.com/blog/70-disability-rating-for-ptsd/ Full PTSD Rating Scale Overview: https://cck-law.com/blog/ptsd-rating-scale-explained/ Learn More About CCK: https://cck-law.com/why-hire-cck-for-your-va-disability-appeal/… Read More »

Mental Health C&P Exams for VA Disability Claims

Veterans seeking disability compensation from VA for a mental health condition may have to attend a Compensation and Pension (C&P) Exam to determine the severity and/or origin of their mental health disability. Tune into CCK LIVE as we break down what to know before, during, and after a mental health C&P exam! Plus, find out… Read More »

How to Get a 100% PTSD VA Rating

Learn how Veterans can meet the criteria for a 100% PTSD VA rating. To obtain a 100% PTSD VA rating, a veteran’s symptoms to be so severe that they are totally impaired and unable to function in everyday life. Even if Veterans do not meet the scheduler criteria for a 100% rating, they may still… Read More »

How a 70% PTSD Rating Can Get You to 100%

Learn how a 70% PTSD rating can get you to 100% or Individual Unemployability (TDIU)! We’ll take you through what a 70% PTSD rating could qualify you for, ways to increase your rating through claims or appeals, and what evidence VA looks for in proving these claims– in under 5 minutes! We hope the information… Read More »

Army to Review Discharges Related to Mental Health Conditions

The Army has agreed to review thousands of post-9/11 veterans’ less-than-honorable discharges due to misconduct attributable to mental health conditions such as PTSD, TBI, MST, and more as part of a class-action lawsuit. Additionally, the lawsuit alleges that the U.S. Army Discharge Review Board systematically denied discharge upgrade applications from servicemembers with other than honorable… Read More »

PTSD Rating Scale for VA Disability Claims Explained

Learn how VA rates Veterans’ PTSD for disability benefits during today’s CCK LIVE! Our Veterans advocates will discuss the PTSD rating scale, give examples of symptoms and severity, provide valuable tips for your PTSD VA disability claim, and answer common questions we hear from Veterans. Read our blog on the PTSD rating scale: https://cck-law.com/blog/ptsd-rating-scale-explained/ Get… Read More »

VA Rating for Sleep Apnea Secondary to PTSD

Research shows that veterans with PTSD have a higher risk of developing sleep apnea, for which they can file a VA claim of secondary service connection. There is also a direct correlation regarding the severity of the two conditions: the more severe a veteran’s PTSD is, the more severe their sleep apnea will be. This… Read More »