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From not being able to drive, to grand mal seizures, to everyday myotonic jerks, to side effects of meds, and even my depression. They will need to hear from your doctor about you while you are reviewed.
Veterans who served at Camp Lejeune for 30 days or more between Aug. 31, 1987, are already eligible to receive VA healthcare for up to 15 health conditions.
“We thank ATSDR for the thorough review that provided much of the evidence we needed to fully compensate Veterans who develop one of the conditions known to be related to exposure to the compounds in the drinking water.” ATSDR determined that the drinking water at Camp Lejeune was contaminated with perchloroethylene, trichloroethylene, vinyl chloride, benzene and other petroleum contaminants from leaking storage tanks from 1953 to 1987.
ATSDR also determined that prolonged exposure to these chemicals increases the risk of certain health conditions.
Based upon VA’s review of current medical science and ATSDR’s findings, Secretary Mc Donald intends to propose creation of a presumption of service connection for the following conditions: The secretary’s proposal would also expand benefits eligibility to Reserve and National Guard personnel who served at Camp Lejeune for any length of time from August 1, 1953, through Dec. These personnel would be presumed to have been exposed to the contaminated water during their Reserve or National Guard service and, in appropriate circumstances, to have been disabled by such exposure during service, thus allowing them to qualify for VA benefits under the statutory definition of “Veteran.” This would make them eligible for VA disability compensation and medical care for any of the presumptive conditions, and their surviving dependents would be eligible for dependency and indemnity compensation and burial benefits.
VA is working on regulations that would establish these presumptions, making it easier for affected Veterans to receive VA disability compensation for these conditions.
Despite this history, and in light of the recent Supreme Court rulings, there has been some question as to whether epilepsy is considered a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Supreme Court says you must prove a substantial disability.
More information, including a full list of covered conditions, can be found online at this website.
Veterans can establish eligibility for healthcare benefits by submitting VA Form 10-10EZ online at and returning it to any VA Medical Center or Clinic, or by calling 1-877-222-VETS (8387), Monday through Friday, between the hours of AM and PM (Eastern Standard Time).
These cases recognized the stigma associated with seizure disorders and that many people with a history of epilepsy are considered disabled because of the varied nature of seizures.
The Foundation worked very hard for passage of the ADA, to broaden the scope of disability protection and to address the needs of people with seizure disorders.
Its imperative that you follow all of their rules and wait for a long time to finallly qualify.