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VA Disability is a benefit for Veterans who were injured or suffered an illness while in the Service and now have disabilities as a result. You need to show that you have disabilities as a result of an injury or illness and the Nexus; the connection between your current disabilities and the injury/illness from when you were in the Service. You can file your own claims online or by snail mail. You can seek out the assistance from a VSO (Veterans Service Officer) or DAV, VFW, etc. You may also seek out an attorney to represent you. Only an attorney can charge a fee of 20% of any retro pay.