Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) VA Disability Compensation
The consequences of aTBI may be immediate, such as head trauma, wounds, loss of consciousness, vision, and hearing, and in some cases, the impacts could also be long-term and appear months or years later. This includes headaches, dizziness, vertigo, problems walking, fatigue, irritability, memory problems, and issues with concentration.
Because TBIs can produce both physical and mental health problems, they have become a signature “invisible wound of war,” impacting the health of hundreds of thousands of Veterans. Advancements in medical technology have enabled better standards of care and treatment for TBIs sustained during military service.
In addition, because traumatic brain injuries vary in severity and need for ongoing care, it may be possible for the Veteran to obtain Special Monthly Compensation to assist with these costs.
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