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Recent Blog Posts

Jun
23
A key official who helps adjudicate claims by veterans who say they were exposed to Agent Orange has downplayed the risks of the chemical herbicide and questioned the findings of scientists, journalists and a federal administrative tribunal that con… Read More
Jun
20
A recent decision from the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims may make it easier for veterans claiming disability due to PTSD to prove in-serve personal assault. There are special rules in place for veterans claiming disability due to PTSD where i… Read More
Jun
19
     A week after President Obama signed the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act, the defense department announced they are reviewing and possibly upgrading discharge statuses of certain veterans. Any veteran who might have been improperly di… Read More

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