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Suppose you are a Veteran and served active duty. In that case, you know any condition that developed on active duty could be service-connected for disability compensation. As a reservist, getting VA disability compensation can be a little bit more complicated. If you are not actively deployed and receive a chronic injury during training, you may still receive service connection. Tune in to determine how you can turn your reservist chronic disability into a potential lifetime of monthly compensation.
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