Veterans Disability Benefits for
Stomach, Intestine and Liver Disorders
Compensation for Vets With Intestinal Tract and Liver Problems
At Voice 4 Vets, our highly qualified VA-accredited claims agents help military veterans with diseases related to the stomach, intestinal tract and liver. Our claims agents help these veterans get the disability compensation they deserve for a broad range of problems, including the ones listed below:
- Peptic ulcer disease
- Colorectal cancer
- Viral infections of the liver, like hepatitis C and hepatitis B
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Liver failure/liver transplant
- Intestinal and liver complications of AIDS
- Chronic abdominal pain
- Chronic constipation
Our VA-accredited claims agents represent veterans throughout the United States with injuries and disabilities that keep them from doing the things they once enjoyed. Claims agents offer effective advocacy that helps vets beat the red tape.
What Is Disability Compensation?
Disability compensation is a monthly payment made to veterans who are disabled by an injury that happened during active military service. These injuries are considered to be service-connected.
Everyone’s experience is different. The amount of compensation depends on how serious your stomach, intestine or liver disorder is, and how much it affects your life. You may also have to meet other criteria. But when you work with our VA-accredited claims agents, you can focus on taking care of your health, because they take care of everything else.
Veterans exposed to radiation: Veterans who were involved in radiation-risk activities are presumed to have a service-connected disability if they later develop problems with the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, pancreas, bile ducts, gall bladder, salivary gland or urinary tract, or if they develop liver cancer.
Many veterans in your situation consult lawyers or advocates for help with their claims. Let our VA-accredited claims agents get you the benefits to which you are entitled. Call 912-376-3501 for a free initial consultation or simply complete the online contact form. From New York to Florida to Alaska, veterans throughout the United States can get the help they need to get the benefits they deserve.