Military Sexual Trauma (MST)
ROB LEVINE, HELPING VETERANS SUFFERING FROM MILITARY SEXUAL TRAUMA
NEED HELP WITH YOUR MILITARY SEXUAL TRAUMA (MST)CLAIM
Dealing with the effects of PTSD or MST can be hard enough. Don’t add the stress and frustration of battling the VA alone. Contact our team for a free case evaluation, and we’ll work hard to get you the benefits you deserve!
ROB LEVINE IS HERE TO HELP – THOSE SUFFERING FROM MILITARY SEXUAL TRAUMA (MST)
Military Sexual Trauma happens to service members at alarming rates, and often causes PTSD. The VA defines MST as “psychological trauma resulting from a physical assault of a sexual nature, battery of a sexual nature, or sexual harassment which occurred while the veteran was serving on active duty, active duty for training, or inactive duty training.” And the VA defines sexual harassment as “repeated, unsolicited verbal or physical contact of a sexual nature which is threatening in character.” These experiences affect veterans’ mental and physical health, even many years later.
MST is a qualifying stressor that can establish service connection for a PTSD claim. You did not have to report the MST when it occurred, and no official service record documentation is required. Nevertheless, the VA often fails to recognize the signs of Military Sexual Trauma in any veteran’s service record. The attorneys at Rob Levine & Associates know exactly how to overcome these challenges while assisting you professionally and compassionately. Please call us today for a free case evaluation.
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