PTSD Claims for Veterans
Arkansas Veterans Disability Lawyer: (888) 317-4276
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a condition associated with constant
feelings of fear and anxiety, often stemming from a traumatic episode
or event. This condition is common in veterans, especially for those who
served in wars. Veterans of military sexual trauma can also suffer from PTSD.
If you are suffering from PTSD, you may be eligible for benefits provided
by the VA. Discuss your situation with an Arkansas veterans disability
attorney at the Law Office of Mike Angel. I can help you file your benefits
claim and make sure that your application is completed accurately and
in a timely manner.
Learn more during a
FREE case consultation.
Symptoms of PTSD
PTSD can often go unnoticed by friends, families, and even by the individual.
If you are experiencing any of the below symptoms, it is important that
you seek medical treatment immediately.
Common symptoms of PTSD include:
- Flashbacks of traumatic memories and nightmares
- Feeling depressed and uninterested in daily activities
- Feeling hyper vigilant or alert at all times
Do I Qualify for PTSD Disability Benefits?
If you have been medically diagnosed with PTSD and find it difficult to
function in your daily life or find gainful employment due to your disorder,
then you may be eligible for disability benefits.
Eligibility for PTSD disability benefits:
- You must be diagnosed with PTSD and confirmed by a VA doctor
- You exhibit symptoms related to a traumatic event (the “stressor”)
- The source of your PTSD must be traced to your time of service
Having enough medical records and documents showing evidence of the condition
are key to getting approved for benefits. Learn more by speaking with
FREE Case Evaluations: (888) 317-4276
Since 2002, I have focused my practice exclusively on representing disability
claims. I have handled over 2,000 cases and know exactly what it takes
to file an effective claim. We can discuss your questions and more during a
Give me a call at (888) 317-4276.