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No you do not, you need to have an inservice event that would have caused a TBI, such as a motor vehicle accident, vehicle rollover, a fall, anything that really would have "rattled" your brain.  has to be while you were in service, cannot be a incident that happened a few months after.

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You can receive TBI comp for many reasons, and many other periods of service.

This veteran was granted TBI comp due to an inservice motor vehicle accident she was in:

http://www.va.gov/vetapp12/Files2/1210456.txt

TBI is rated by it's residuals and will need proof of any non combat event that caused the TBI.

 

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