Who Is Eligible for Veteran Benefits?

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Veteran’s disability benefits are monthly, tax-free cash benefits paid to veterans who are disabled by an injury or disease that was acquired during active duty military service, or that was made worse by active duty military service. A veteran’s family members may also be eligible for benefits, depending on a variety of factors. If you believe that you’re eligible for veteran’s disability benefits but your claim has been denied, get the help of a law firm that cares.

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Qualified Recipients

The Department of Veterans Affairs follows strict guidelines when determining if you or your family members are eligible for veteran’s benefits.

You may be a qualified recipient of veteran’s benefits if you are a:

  • Veteran – As a veteran, you may be eligible for compensation, pension, or other benefits if you have a service-related disability and you were discharged under any condition other than dishonorable conditions.
  • Veteran’s dependent – Your spouse, former spouse (if they haven’t remarried), children, and even parents may be eligible to receive certain veteran’s benefits.
  • Veteran’s survivor – The surviving spouse, child, or parent of a deceased veteran may be eligible for survivor benefits, which include burial benefits, death pensions, death gratuity payments, dependency and indemnity compensation, and other dependent’s benefits.

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There are a variety of available benefits for disabled veterans and their survivors and dependents, such as compensation, pension, health care, vocational rehabilitation, home loans, insurance, and more. Our Connecticut veteran’s disability lawyers can help you and your family pursue the benefits you need. Let us put our more than 25 years of experience to work for you.

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