Blog

New Legislation Issues Benefits to Veterans from Camp Lejeune

There has been a recent push to address the fact that older U.S. military bases have had problems with toxic chemicals. For many years, veterans and their families have suffered due to their exposure to contaminated drinking water at Marine...
Read More

Camp Lejeune: A Horrifying Story for Military Vets and the Changes it Brought

Over the years, history has shown that there have been injustices done to our military veterans. Whether accidental or not, unforeseen circumstances and deplorable conditions have led to military vets developing health issues or even terminal illnesses. Such situations may...
Read More

Changes Through the Years With the VA: How We Can Help You More Now Than Ever

Laws involving the rights and benefits of disabled service members are constantly updating, and many have been added in the last five to ten years. Many of these Acts were either expansions to existing laws or new additions to the...
Read More

What is Special Monthly Compensation?

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides Special Monthly Compensation (SMC), a critical tax-free benefit, to disabled veterans who have sustained severe injuries or disabilities due to their military service. The purpose of SMC is to assist these heroes in...
Read More

Micro Injuries from Parachute Jumps That Lead to Joint Issues

Utilized for surprise attacks, seizing strategic objectives, allocating equipment, and even assisting in natural disasters, paratroopers are crucial for military operations. Being a military member comes with inherent risks, and a paratrooper's role is no exception. Unfortunately, parachute jumps are...
Read More

VA’s Intimate Partner Violence Program

A pilot program was recently launched by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to help improve services for veterans who have been impacted by intimate partner violence (IPV) or sexual assault. This is a serious concern in the US...
Read More

VA PRESUMPTIVE: Service Connected Presumptive Conditions [Diseases]

Many Veterans Face a Higher Risk for Cancer Due to Exposures. Are You One of Them? When a Veteran returns to civilian life, it can be a challenge. This is especially true if he or she has been diagnosed with...
Read More

Am I Eligible for Aid and Attendance or Housebound Benefits?

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers Aid and Attendance or Housebound benefits to eligible veterans and surviving dependents of deceased veterans. These disability benefits and housebound allowances are monthly payments added to a veteran’s pension, otherwise known as an...
Read More

Easing Economic Hardships on Veterans and Their Loved Ones

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt the world, U.S. veterans, their families, and caregivers are experiencing economic hardships as a result of the ongoing health crisis. After President Biden’s January 22 Executive Order to provide economic relief for Americans,...
Read More

VA Approves New Fisher House Sites

Recently, the U.S. The Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) approved 12 additional hospital campuses around the US to become sites for new Fisher Houses. This is a step in the right direction for creating more accessible housing options for military...
Read More
Fight 4 Vets
N/a