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VA Staged Ratings Can Change Your VA Disability BenefitsIf you are a disabled veteran you may be entitled to different ratings for different periods of time. These different ratings are called "staged ratings."
Medication Side Effects May Qualify You for Increased VA CompensationVeterans experiencing adverse symptoms caused by medications taken to address service-connected impairments may be eligible for additional VA compensation.
Question of the Month: What is Veteran Readiness and Employment (Chapter 31)?If you have a service-connected disability that prevents you from working or limits your ability to work or, Veteran Readiness and Employment can help.
Free Online Hub Helps Veterans Fight FraudAn AARP survey from last year “found that one in three active-duty military members and Veterans have lost money to at least one fake service-related offer.”
Don’t Get Tripped Up by VA Disability PyramidingIf you are filing a claim for multiple disabilities you need to know about the VA’s rule against pyramiding.
Thousands of Veterans Who Suffer Chronic Pain May be Eligible for BenefitsA 2018 court ruling opened the door to VA disability benefits for thousands of veterans suffering from pain related to their military service.
Social Security and VA Disability Recipients Could Get an 8% Cost-Of-Living Bump Next YearSeniors and disabled Americans who qualify for monthly Social Security benefits and veterans who are receiving disability payments may get larger monthly checks in 2023.
A New Agreement Expands Health Care and Benefits for Veterans Exposed to Burn Pits and Other ToxinsA sweeping new measure crafted by Washington lawmakers will expand eligibility for health care and benefits for millions of veterans exposed to open-air burn pits and other toxins.
Nine Respiratory Cancers Added to the List of Presumptive Conditions for Gulf War VeteransIn a victory for veterans who were exposed to burn pit smoke nine respiratory cancers have been added to the list of presumptive conditions.
Your VA Heart C&P Exam: What You Need to KnowIf you’re a veteran and can prove that your heart problems are related to the work you did in the military, you may qualify for VA disability benefits.
Our Blog Helps Explain the Complexities of Veterans' Disability Benefits
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Veterans Special Monthly Compensation: Understanding Aid and Attendance
Why Hiring the Right Attorney Can Make a Huge Difference in Your Case
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Help for Veterans Who Seek Disability for PTSD After a Terrorist Act
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