Curious if anyone else has disability through the VA and to what percentage.Since I replied to you a year or more ago, I've learned a good bit more about this.Everyone who is service-connected with MS gets a 30% rating by default. Again, that qualifies you for voc rehab, so take advantage of that if you can.After that 30%, the VA adds on additional percentages for specific symptoms. They'll add X percent for optic neuritis, let's say, and add another Y percent for bowel issues, etc., for each specific thing MS is impacting. From my POV it's a crazy system, but it is what it is.I was re-evaluated and put at an 80% rating, which insulted me because I had a variety of issues impacting me. On the advice of my service organization, (Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA)) that's being evaluated again.Congress has out-sourced a lot of the re-evaluation. So instead of the VA hospital system doing the evaluation, you'll likely be sent to out-sourced, private doctors to be examined. It's a crazy system that takes months.The VA system classifies MS as a "spinal cord issue" in terms of their hospital system. Obviously, the military has many disabled vets with what I'd call "traditional" spinal cord injuries, but that's where they put MS. In the VA hospital system, which I use, some appointments are done with the spinal injury clinic, in addition to appointments with neurology, optometry, etc.). That's just the way the VA hospital system works.I would strongly advise not to do requests for re-evaluation by yourself -- the VA bureaucracy is just too thick, too convoluted, and too absurd.There are many veteran's service organizations out there that specialize in that task. Though you may be able to run miles, the PVA handles MS patients because whether we like it or not, MS often has spinal issue/impacts and paralysis of some level can happen. I'm ambulatory but use the PVA just because they're eager to handle all that bureaucracy and seem to do a good job. But if you use a service org and it's not doing a good job, don't hesitate to drop them and try another.