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What Is RAMP And Should You Opt In?

On November 2, 2017, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) implemented the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program (RAMP).  RAMP is the first step in the implementation of the appeal reform outlined in the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernizati… Read More
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Update: Data Manipulation at VA Regional Office

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) received an anonymous tip on August 10, 2016 that the Veterans Service Center staff at the Roanoke Regional Office combined appeals to decrease the backup in claims and met production goals by entering false data… Read More
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Rating Multiple Respiratory Conditions

Many veterans assume that if they suffer from two respiratory conditions they can receive separate disability ratings for both. This assumption makes sense from the veteran’s perspective.  After all, respiratory conditions can have vastly differen… Read More
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Bosley & Bratch Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway for Veterans

This year Bosley & Bratch will host our second annual Turkey Giveaway for Veterans on Monday, November 20th from 11 AM – 2 PM. This tradition began as a way to give back and build a community in the Clearwater area. Here at Bosley & Bra… Read More
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Happy Veterans Day

According to the United States Census from 2015, there are 21,369,602 veterans in our country. That is a lot of people to thank for their service! It is truly inspiring that millions of people are willing to risk their lives to make ours better. Take… Read More
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Changes To The Process of Pending VA Appeals Starting This November

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced on November 1st that it will launch the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program, or “RAMP”.  This program is intended to mirror the recent  Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act of 2017… Read More
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Secretary of Veterans Affairs Considers Adding More Conditions Linked to Agent Orange Exposure

New conditions are currently being considered by the VA and Secretary Shulkin to be added to the list of conditions linked to Agent Orange exposure for disability compensation following review of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)’s latest repo… Read More
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Bosley & Bratch 2017 Halloween Blood Drive

On Tuesday, October 31, Bosley & Bratch will host its 2017 Halloween Blood Drive to help blood shortages in the wake of the many national tragedies that have occurred in recent weeks. The blood used in emergencies such as hurricane relief or mas… Read More
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VA Disability Pay Rates To Jump 2% in 2018

Disabled veterans that receive VA disability checks and several other types of pay from the VA will see a 2 percent pay raise in their monthly paychecks in 2018. The increase will go into effect December 1, 2017.  This cost of living (COLA) increa… Read More
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Bosley & Bratch Legal Team Attends NOVA Fall Conference

The entire legal team of Bosley & Bratch recently attended the National Organization for Veterans’ Advocates or NOVA Fall Conference on October 13-14 in St. Petersburg, Florida. You can see several attendees in the photo above including Ro… Read More
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On November 2, 2017, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) implemented the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program (RAMP).  RAMP is the first step in the implementation of the appeal reform outlined in the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernizati… Read More
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The Office of Inspector General (OIG) received an anonymous tip on August 10, 2016 that the Veterans Service Center staff at the Roanoke Regional Office combined appeals to decrease the backup in claims and met production goals by entering false data… Read More
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Many veterans assume that if they suffer from two respiratory conditions they can receive separate disability ratings for both. This assumption makes sense from the veteran’s perspective.  After all, respiratory conditions can have vastly differen… Read More

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