Lifestyle Impact Claim

The Lifestyle Impact Claim is a high-value secondary condition that most veterans are eligible for to varying degrees of ratings or intensity. It is one that is rarely acknowledged by the VA regional office, but it provides additional compensation to veterans for the impact their current service connected disability is having on their overall lifestyle, whether that impact is social, recreational, or vocational. Our clients typically receive 30%, 50%, or 70% for just this one claim alone. To qualify for this claim, you MUST be currently service connected at 0% or higher for a disability that is somehow significantly impacting your life in a negative way on a daily basis. We can help you establish a claim for both the disability and its impact on your lifestyle.

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Total Disability Individual Unemployability

TDIU is a claim available to veterans who are experiencing significant employment challenges due to their service connected disability. TDIU claims apply when veterans have been unable to secure and/or maintain employment that can provide financial security above the recognized poverty level, as a direct result of the physical, cognitive, or psychological effects of their current service connected disabilities. If you are currently rated at 70% or higher and are struggling to maintain a steady job due to your disabilities, we may be able to secure a TDIU claim for you.

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Vietnam & Agent Orange

Agent Orange is environmental exposure; it's not a disability. You can only file for the disability that results from the exposure to the herbicide.

If you’ve already filed claims related to Agent Orange exposure, there is a good chance that you’ve missed some or all of the secondary conditions. We will help you understand, from a pathophysiological standpoint, the impacts various diseases linked to Agent Orange have had on your body. This is another case where VSOs who don't understand pathophysiology and pharmacology (drug interactions and side effects and the problems they cause) can overlook a lot of potential claims. We dramatically increase the value of most of our client’s claims because we are able to identify conditions and their connections to Agent Orange exposure that most VSOs will miss.

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Gulf War Veterans

Gulf War Veterans often develop unexplained illnesses due to exposure to unknown environmental toxins and/or depleted uranium. If you worked or lived near a burn pit, or were exposed to depleted uranium (commonly from anti-tank shells with uranium rounds), and you have unexplained medical conditions, we may be able to help you.

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