Problems We Solve

As a Veteran, you deserve recognition and gratitude for serving your country. Many of you have fought in wars to protect the freedoms that we as a nation hold so dear.

And yet, so many Veterans struggle to adjust to civilian life for a number of reasons. Some are forging a new career path, and some may turn to short-term high-interest loans or credit cards to pay bills.

For Veterans who are struggling with the complexity of getting service-connected for VA disability benefits, we are here to help.

I’m feeling stuck or frustrated – being underrated or denied but don’t know what to do about it.

Trajector Medical can help develop medical evidence to support Veterans pursuing the VA disability benefits for which they are medically, legally and ethically qualified. Our methodology of examining and evaluating health and service records to develop medical evidence provides the support Veterans are seeking for service-connection. There is no guarantee our method works every time, but a lot of clients are happy with their results.

I put a lot of effort into getting VA disability benefits, I’m not making the progress that was expected, and I just don’t have any more time to waste.

At Trajector Medical, we hear you – the process can be time-consuming and frustrating! We have diligently worked for many years to help Veterans develop medical evidence to support service connections to illnesses, injuries, and events related to military service. It is not an overnight process, but we work hard to help with the heavy lifting.

I waited too long to do anything about my disability – now I fear it’s too late.

Veterans often experience a mild injury or receive a diagnosis that worsens over time, ultimately requiring medical or psychological attention. It is never too late to pursue the VA disability benefits for which you are medically, legally and ethically qualified. Ailments can develop or increase over time, which could mean Veterans may qualify for new or additional disability benefits.

My injury only acts up intermittently and I’m not sure if it is considered a legitimate disability.

Just because symptoms are intermittent does not mean you will be denied benefits. It is vital to keep a journal of any pain or loss of function. Describe in detail how your condition affects day-to-day activities. When going to a medical examination, this important information can be taken into account. Documenting symptoms and daily activity, along with professional medical evidence development, can help determine if you medically, legally and ethically qualify for VA disability benefits.

I’m experiencing symptoms or diagnosed with sleep apnea, but I have no idea if it is service-connected.

Various disabilities may lead to other chronic secondary conditions. The VA will decide whether a connection of “secondary” or “aggravated” conditions is related to a primary service-connected disability. For example, sleep apnea is often connected to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or knee injuries. Understanding the relation of one disability to another can often be uncovered through medical evidence development.

I’m retired from the military after 20 years and currently receiving military retirement benefits, but not sure if pursuing disability benefits is an option.

While there are some rules for receiving retirement and disability benefits at the same time, it is possible to receive both concurrently. Retired Veterans should not let retirement pay stop them from evaluating their benefit options.

I’m in financial survival mode and searching for solutions.

Veterans struggling to manage education, work, and family obligations may not have the time to pursue the VA disability benefits they medically, legally and ethically qualify for. VA disability benefits can be a great financial source as it is tax-free.

Call Trajector Medical today to see what we can do for you. You’ve got nothing to lose, and we may be able to help you uncover valuable VA disability benefits you may medically, legally and ethically qualify for.