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What are VA 1151 claims?

VA Title 38 U.S.C. 1151 claims | Veterans AffairsClaims for additional compensation from the Veterans Administration.

Why aren't all veterans who were honorably discharged eligible for VA health benefits?

In fact, all veterans are eligible to be treated at VA Medical Centers. There are priority groups one through eight.Priority GroupsToday’s Veterans have a comprehensive medical benefits package, which VA administers through an annual patient enrollment system. The enrollment system is based on priority groups to ensure health care benefits are readily available to all enrolled Veterans. Complementing the expansion of benefits and improved access is our ongoing commitment to providing the very best in quality health care service to our patients when they are needed during that enrollment period regardless of the treatment program or the location.Priority Group 1Veterans with VA-rated service-connected disabilities 50% or more disablingVeterans determined by VA to be unemployable due to service-connected conditionsPriority Group 2Veterans with VA-rated service-connected disabilities 30% or 40% disablingPriority Group 3Veterans who are Former Prisoners of War (POWs)Veterans awarded a Purple Heart medalVeterans whose discharge was for a disability that was incurred or aggravated in the line of dutyVeterans with VA-rated service-connected disabilities 10% or 20% disablingVeterans awarded special eligibility classification under Title 38, U.S.C., § 1151, "benefits for individuals disabled by treatment or vocational rehabilitation"Veterans awarded the Medal Of Honor (MOH)Priority Group 4Veterans who are receiving aid and attendance or housebound benefits from VAVeterans who have been determined by VA to be catastrophically disabledPriority Group 5Nonservice-connected Veterans and noncompensable service-connected Veterans rated 0% disabled by VA with annual income below the VA’s and geographically (based on your resident zip code) adjusted income limitsVeterans receiving VA pension benefitsVeterans eligible for Medicaid programsPriority Group 6Compensable 0% service-connected VeteransVeterans exposed to Ionizing Radiation during atmospheric testing or during the occupation of Hiroshima and NagasakiProject 112/SHAD participantsVeterans who served in the Republic of Vietnam between January 9,1962 and May 7,1975Veterans of the Persian Gulf War who served between August 2, 1990 and November 11, 1998Veterans who served on active duty at Camp Lejeune for at least 30 days between August 1, 1953 and December 31, 1987Currently enrolled Veterans and new enrollees who served in a theater of combat operations after November 11, 1998 and those who were discharged from active duty on or after January 28, 2003, are eligible for the enhanced benefits for five years post discharge.Priority Group 7Veterans with gross household income below the geographically-adjusted income limits (GMT) for their resident location and who agree to pay copaysPriority Group 8Veterans with gross household income above the VA and the geographically-adjusted income limits for their resident location and who agrees to pay copaysVeterans eligible for enrollment:Noncompensable 0% service-connected:Subpriority a: Enrolled as of January 16, 2003, and who have remained enrolled since that date and/or placed in this sub priority due to changed eligibility statusSubpriority b: Enrolled on or after June 15, 2009 whose income exceeds the current VA or geographic income limits by 10% or lessNonservice-connected and:Subpriority c: Enrolled as of January 16, 2003, and who have remained enrolled since that date and/or placed in this sub priority due to changed eligibility statusSubpriority d: Enrolled on or after June 15, 2009, whose income exceeds the current VA or geographic income limits by 10% or lessVeterans not eligible for enrollment:Veterans not meeting the criteria above:Subpriority e: Noncompensable 0% service-connected (eligible for care of their SC condition only)Subpriority g: Nonservice-connectedPriority Groups - Health BenefitsIf you are willing to pay a copay according to a Financial Assessment(formerly the Means Test), you can be treated, the trouble is that space availability usually dictates the time frame.Financial Assessment

Can I sue the VA hospital for overlooking the fact I've had low testosterone for years now?

Thanks for the A2A. You should look into filing a 1151 Claim with the VA. You can get free assistance from any Accredited Veteran Service Officer is filing your Claim. Here is a link you might find useful:Title 38 U.S.C. 1151 ClaimsYou can also sue under the Federal Tort Claims Act, but any award would be offset by the 1151.EDIT--- if you choose to use an Attorney to handle this, they will charge you up to 1/3rd of any award you receive. (Maybe more, if they can get away with it).

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