Episode 68: VA Disability Ratings for Skin Conditions
Many veterans are exposed to chemical or environmental hazards during their military service. These exposures can lead to a variety of skin conditions, such as chloracne and psoriasis, for which veterans may be able to receive disability benefits. Tune in as the CCK team takes you through every step of the VA disability process, from establishing service connection for a skin condition or scar to the different rating criteria VA uses to rate certain types of skin conditions. We will also review important concepts to be aware of, such as pyramiding. Tune in to learn all this and more!
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- Providing a “Nexus” For Your VA Disability Claim
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- What Can I Do to Make the VA Disability Process Go Faster?
- Do I Qualify for Total Disability Based on Individual Unemployment?
- Can You Receive VA Disability Benefits for Life?
- Are There Retroactive Awards for Veterans Disability Claims?
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- VA Disability Benefits for Anxiety
- VA Disability for Migraines & Headaches
- VA Disability Rating Reevaluations
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