Veterans Benefits Qualification:
There are a number of psychiatric disorders that may qualify you for benefits if you require medical care or hospitalization. Here are some of them:
- Bipolar disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
While your psychiatric disorder may or may not have originated due to your term of military service, if it started while you were in the military, it may be considered a service-connected condition. If you are diagnosed with psychosis or bipolar disorder while in the military or up to a year after your discharge, you may be able to claim military benefits.
If you are considering applying for veterans disability benefits or appealing a denied benefits claim, you should contact an experienced attorney with an extensive veterans disability practice. At The Piemonte Law Firm, we focus on accurately representing your claim and obtaining the right benefits for you.
Any psychiatric disorder you contracted while serving in the military should be considered military-related.
Pursue the Veterans Disability Benefits and/or SSD Benefits You Need and Deserve
We believe that a psychiatric disorder is just like any other medical difficulty—there is no stigma involved. As we advise you, we hope to steer you toward the best benefits package possible. We are here to get you the assistance you deserve.
Have a question about Veterans Benefits? For a free, no-obligation consultation and preliminary case review by an experienced psychiatric disorders lawyer, please contact The Piemonte Law Firm today.