Veterans suffering from pain without a diagnosis have been unable to get disability compensation. The Saunders case may overturn that thinking. Read more about what the Saunders decision could mean for you.
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On Wednesday, President Trump fired Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin who was embroiled in scandal over charging taxpayers for luxury travel. Trump has nominated Ronny L. Jackson to replace the former secretary. Jackson is an active-duty rear admiral in the Navy who has served as White House physician for the last three administrations. Jackson appears […]
You may wonder why hiring a veterans disability lawyer is necessary. Well, first off, the statistics show that having a lawyer on your side increases your chances of winning. In fact, the most recent report from the Board of Veterans Appeals, which reviews appeals, revealed that having a lawyer more than doubles your chances of […]
Inspired by the Oscars and the lauded film Dunkirk, we thought we would poll our office military veterans to find out both the best and most realistic military movies. After consulting the experts, we read through many popular reviews before finalizing our contenders. With the list below, we have you covered for your next Netflix […]
Turner v. Shulkin has made a significant impact on pending claims. Read about how it could lead to a greater pay out below. In the VA claims process, the term “new and material” commonly describes the type of evidence needed to reopen a previous claim that the regional office has already fully decided. What is less […]
The goal of the VA disability rating system is to ensure that veterans are appropriately compensated for disabilities caused by their service to our nation. To do this, the VA has established the schedule of ratings, complete with diagnostic codes meant to represent the average impairment in earning capacity caused by a disability. However, since […]