Veterans Administration Adds New Presumptive Conditions
202203.04
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Veterans Administration Adds New Presumptive Conditions

The Veterans Administration (VA) adds six new presumptive conditions for veterans exposed to certain hazardous materials. Keep reading for more information on what medical conditions and illnesses might make you eligible for disability compensation and how you can apply to get the benefits you deserve. The recently added medical conditions include: Hypothyroidism Parkinsonism Bladder cancer…

Veterans Guide to Disability Compensation
202202.03
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Veterans Guide to Disability Compensation

When Veterans Affairs assistance first became available, there weren’t many resources to provide. Today, the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) can offer a wide variety of benefits for transitioning service members. The Veterans Benefit Guide, written and distributed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, explains what resources are available to you and your family and…

Helpful Facts about Social Security Disability Benefits
202112.09
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Helpful Facts about Social Security Disability Benefits

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Are you or someone you know struggling with a disability that prevents you from making a living? This article discusses the important steps you can take in filing for Social Security benefits—and covers the difference between SSI and SSDI benefits, so you can search for the option that applies to your situation most accurately. There…

Do I Need a Lawyer to File a Veterans’ Compensation Claim?
202111.01
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Do I Need a Lawyer to File a Veterans’ Compensation Claim?

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The short answer is no—a lawyer is not required to file a veterans’ compensation claim. However, filing such a claim is a very lengthy process that can be quite daunting. Anyone who has dealt with the Veterans Administration (VA) knows that it can be a long, drawn-out process. You’ll need to make sure every one…