Have you retired from your job due to age or a non-service disability, but do you actually have a service-connected disability? What if I told you that you might be able to receive VA benefits for service-connected disabilities even though you are retired and over the age of 60? Watch this video to learn more.

As a veterans attorney, I have helped many clients who have retired turn around and get VA benefits for unemployability because their service-related disability has become worse. For example, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can rise to the point that if veterans were still working their worsening PTSD would prevent them from working. Even though the reason for retirement may not have been PTSD, an experienced veterans disability benefits lawyer can prove to the Department of Veterans Affairs that this service-connected disability has become worse during retirement and is preventing a veteran from returning to work.

For help establishing your VA claim for unemployability benefits, call knowledgeable veterans disability attorney Sean Kendall at (877) 699-1712 or (303) 449-4773 or contact us online here.