Women veterans with disabilities, medical conditions, or injuries incurred or aggravated during active military service — no matter when or where they served — may be eligible to receive tax-free monthly disability benefits. There are many ways to apply for VA disability benefits — more details are available at ExploreVA. The fastest and simplest way is to submit all supporting documents and evidence together in a fully developed claim (FDC) online at the eBenefits website or by mail. If you think you want to file but are not quite ready yet, start an FDC, save your incomplete application, gather all your documents and then submit your claim up to one year later to preserve your effective date. Learn about eligibility requirements and how to apply for benefits at the eBenefits website.
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