Veterans who were exposed to toxic substances including burn pits and other airborne hazards may soon be eligible for disability compensation.
Category: Types of VA Claims
Migraine Headaches, or migraines, are a painful type of headache with one or more of the following symptoms: Nausea Vomiting Sensitivity to light Sensitivity to sound Changes in vision (such as scotoma, flashes of light, tunnel vision) Sensory changes (such as feeling of pins and needles in extremities) Oftentimes, migraine headaches can be so painful […]
Dependency & Indemnity Compensation (DIC) is a tax free monetary benefit paid to eligible survivors of military Servicemembers who died in the line of duty or eligible survivors of Veterans whose death resulted from a service-related injury or disease. Eligibility (Surviving Spouse) To qualify for DIC, a surviving spouse must meet the requirements below. The […]
What route should you take with your denied VA disability claim: NOD vs reconsideration / reopen? Make sure that you know the facts before you make a decision. First, I want to say upfront that I advise filing an NOD 99% of the time. Let’s start out by talking about the advantages of an appeal […]
The VA Aid & Attendance Benefit is a non-service connected pension available to wartime veterans and their surviving spouses to help with long-term care expenses including assisted living and in-home care. Eligibility for VA Aid & Attendance: 1. MILITARY: Veteran had 90 days active of service with one day during a qualified war period: a. […]
Agent Orange Claims: Were You Exposed? VETERANS WHO SERVED IN VIETNAM AND “IN COUNTRY” EVEN IF ONLY FOR A DAY, WERE EXPOSED TO AGENT ORANGE. BROWN WATER NAVY VETERANS AND BLUE WATER NAVY VETERANS WHO CAME ASHORE WERE ALSO EXPOSED TO AGENT ORANGE, AS WELL AS MANY OTHERS WHO SERVED DURING THE VIETNAM ERA. PRESUMPTION OF […]