Episode 15: Migraines and Headaches
Migraines and headaches are common service-connected disabilities among veterans, and in particular Gulf War veterans. Today, we break down VA claims for migraines and headaches—including how to establish service connection, how these conditions are rated, what forms of evidence can benefit your VA claim, and what you can do if your migraines prevent you from working.
Hear this and much more from CCK attorneys Christian McTarnaghan, Alyse Galoski, and Michael Lostritto on the Veterans Legal Lowdown.
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