EVENING FOR THE VETERAN OF THE VETERAN SHARE OF THE DAY
In this post, we will be exploring how to get a VA rating for anxiety in detail.
I’ll also reveal 3 new expert-level tips to increase your VA disability rating for anxiety, even if you’ve been previously denied.
In 2021, a veteran’s VA rating for anxiety can be 0%, 10%, 30%, 50%, 70%, or 100%.
So, let’s take a minute to explore the law regarding the symptoms and impairment required to warrant a VA disability rating for anxiety.
Many veterans suffer from various mental health issues, to include Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD).
In addition, Anxiety and Depression are common secondary VA disability claims, especially Anxiety and Depression secondary to service-connected physical ailments, such as neck pain, back pain, and knee pain.
If you’re suffering from service-connected physical disabilities, you may qualify for a high-value secondary mental health claim know as Chronic Pain Syndrome with Anxiety and Depression, also known as Somatic Symptom Disorder.
A veteran’s final VA rating for anxiety depends upon the frequency and severity of their symptoms, meaning, the more severe your symptoms, the higher rating for anxiety.