Episode 48: Secondary Conditions to Tinnitus for VA Disability Benefits
Tinnitus is one of the most commonly claims conditions by veterans, and it can lead those affected to develop secondary conditions such as sleep disorders, anxiety, and migraines. Join team CCK as we discuss the development of secondary conditions to tinnitus. We will explore the links between tinnitus and its common secondary conditions, as well as review both symptoms and rating scales. Furthermore, we will explain the process of filing a claim for secondary service connection, noting key pieces of evidence that every veteran should have to strengthen their claim.
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