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Veterans Disability

Are you a disabled U.S. military veteran? If so, you know how difficult life is with such a disability. Since your time in the service that disability is also probably worsening. If you have tried to get veterans disability benefits and have been den… Read More

Agent Orange Related Conditions

Veterans who served in Vietnam between 1962 and 1975 (this means anyone who had boots on the ground even if briefly or transit, etc.) and who have a disease that the VA recognizes as being associated with Agent Orange, are presumed to have been expos… Read More

Camp Lejeune Contamination

On January 13th, 2017, the VA announced that service connection for certain diseases related exposure to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune will be presumed to be service connected.  This presumption will eliminate the requirement for veterans to pr… Read More

Other Mental Disorders

There are a number of mental disorders that occur during or are aggravated during military service and entitle veterans to service connected disability compensation including the following: Depression Anxiety Phobias Bipolar disorder Schizophrenia A… Read More


Hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of veterans were exposed materials that contained asbestos during military service. Until the government implemented regulations in the 1970s, asbestos was commonly used for insulation. Although it is dangerous… Read More

Physical Injuries

The VA’s system for evaluating physical injuries is extremely complex and allows the VA a number of ways to improperly deny claims and minimize ratings.  Such injuries and knee, back and neck injuries are very common in veterans but the full d… Read More

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD is not only a signature injury of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan but is a signature injury in every war. The number of cases are astronomical. The size and scope of PTSD cases has resulted in the VA creating a… Read More

Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)

It is difficult to find a disability claim that the VA fails to understand and evaluate properly more than traumatic brain injury (TBI). They created new regulations a few short years ago to address the increasing frequency of claims for the conditio… Read More

Total Disability Due to Individual Unemployment (TDIU)

In short, a veteran who can’t work due to service connected disabilities may be entitled to Total Disability due to Individual Unemployability (TDIU). This benefit is commonly referred to simply as unemployability. This is a great benefit that… Read More

Veterans Pension

You may be wondering, what is the difference between a pension program and a normal disability compensation payment? A compensation payment is a monthly allowance given to a veteran whose disability is hindering their ability to maintain their prev… Read More

Benefits for Members of the Reserve & National Guard

Generally speaking, eligibility for VA benefits is based primarily on “veteran status” which is determined by active military, naval, or air service and a discharge or release from active service under condition other than dishonorable. H… Read More

Other VA Benefits

Other VA Benefits The VA provides a number of disability and other VA benefits to veterans. Not all benefits are restricted to disability claims. Some of the areas of VA benefits include: Disability Compensation Health Care benefits Pensions Educat… Read More

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Have you heard about Special Monthly Compensation (SMC)?  SMC is compensation paid in addition to regular disability compensation to a veteran who, as a result of military service, incurred the loss or loss of use of specific organs or extremit… Read More
Generally, to receive VA benefits, a veteran must prove (1) the presence of a current disability, (2) an in-service injury or disease, and (3) a connection between the first two elements.  While all of this may seem simple enough, one issue that som… Read More
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… Read More

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