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10/12/2017
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New Veterans’ White House Complaint Hotline Is Promising for Shulkin’s Tenure

White House complaint hotline collects, processes and responds complaints from veterans

Category: Veterans Affairs

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10/4/2017
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Dispelling the MST Myths: Part 2

The second in a three-part series on the common myths surrounding Military Sexual Trauma (“MST”)

Category: PTSD Claims

10/2/2017
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C&P Exams: What They Are and Why They Matter

A Compensation and Pension exam is a key element of the VA disability claims process, but many don’t realize exactly what it entails or why it matters

Category: General

9/27/2017
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Many Veterans Don’t Realize Scope of Benefits They Deserve

Many Veterans Don’t Realize the Scope of Benefits They Deserve

Category: Unemployability Claims for Veterans

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9/22/2017
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Dispelling the Myths of MST In VA Appeals

Real benefits to hiring a lawyer to assist in your VA compensation claim for PTSD based on MST

Category: PTSD Claims

9/20/2017
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Errors at the Denver VA Regional Office

In March of 2017, the VA Office of Inspector General reviewed the VA Regional Office in Denver to assess its ability to accurately process disability claims

Category: Veterans Affairs

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9/14/2017
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Winning Your Military Sexual Trauma (MST) Case at the VA

Basics of MST and PTSD in VA Compensation Claims

Category: PTSD Claims

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9/8/2017
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Understanding the VA's New Attempt to Modernize Appeals

A Step-by-Step Introduction to the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act

Category: Veterans Affairs

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7/11/2017
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Three Ways to Win Widows Benefits (DIC) from the VA

Three Ways to Win Widows Benefits (DIC) from the VA. Widows can win VA comepnsation by proving that death was secondary to a service-connected condition.

Category: Survivors and Dependents

6/28/2017
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Supreme Court Questions VA Doctors Qualifications

Justices of the Supreme Court question whether VA doctors should always be presumed qualified to render medical opinions on Veteran's disabilities.

Category: General

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5/18/2017
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Winning Service Connection For Smoking Related Disabilities

Disabilities caused by addiction to smoking (which can be caused or worsened by a service-connected disabilities such as PTSD) can be service connected

Category: General

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4/7/2017
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Government Accountability Office Suggests VA Reform

Hiring Surge and Process Reform Suggested by Government Accountability Office to Decrease VA Disability Claims Backlog

Category: General

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3/20/2017
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New VA Chief Supports Modernization, Mental Health Upgrades

Though he's been VA secretary for only a month, David Shulkin vows to modernize the VA and provide mental-health services to veterans with bad-paper discharges

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3/16/2017
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Service Connection for Diseases Caused By Smoking and PTSD

VA will service connect diseases when PTSD causes heavy smoking

Category: PTSD Claims

10/21/2016
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Gulf War Deadline Extended

For Veterans that are diagnosed with certain diseases before December 31, 2021, service-connection is presumed.

Category: General

9/27/2016
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"Finding My Way Home" Details Veteran's Life with PTSD

New Documentary Details Veteran's Life with PTSD and Successful Fight for VA Benefits

Category: PTSD Claims

9/1/2016
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U-Tapao Thailand Veterans Were Exposed To Herbicides (Agent Orange) - Time To Win Your Case

Although still difficult, attorneys are starting to prove that Air-Force veterans that served in Thailand at U-Tapao were exposed to herbicides (Agent Orange) and are entitled to benefits after years of denials from the Department of Veterans Affairs

Category: Agent Orange

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7/13/2016
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Extra-schedular Unemployability

Veterans with lower ratings can win a 100 percent unemployability rating through the extra-schedular if the service connected disabilities prevent employment.

Category: Unemployability Claims for Veterans

2/18/2016
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Discharge Upgrade Based on PTSD

If you suffer from service-related PTSD and VA is denying you entitlement to disability benefits due to an other-than-honorable discharge, contact us today

Category: PTSD Claims

2/14/2016
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Veterans Choice Program a Failure

Veterans are unable to get outside care despite legal requirements that that the VA must pay for such care if he or she must wait more than 30 days.

Category: Veterans Affairs

1/27/2016
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Oklahoma VA Medical Center

The OK VAMC has not been allowing veterans to use the Veterans Choice program as required by law.

Category: Veterans Affairs

12/15/2015
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Veterans at Thailand Bases Exposed to Agent Orange

Air Force and Army Veterans Entitled to Benefits for Service at Thailand Military Bases

Category: Agent Orange

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10/30/2015
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New Book By Veteran Details History of PTSD

Book Review: Former Marine Provides a History of PTSD in "The Evil Hours"

Category: PTSD Claims

10/23/2015
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How To Apply For VA Dependency & Indemnity Benefits (DIC)

If you were the child or spouse of a veteran at the time or his or her death, you may qualify for DIC benefits from the VA. Here's what you'll need to apply.

Category: General

10/20/2015
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Camp Lejeune Veterans - Do Not Wait On Presumption - Win Now

Service Connection for Veterans at Camp Lejeune

Category: Veterans Affairs

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