5 worst myths about VA disability benefits

We have practiced VA Disability Law for so long that very few things take us by surprise. You might say we’ve “heard it all before”. The VA Disability process has made mainstream news in recent years, and more people are filing claims than any other time in history. However, there is still a lot of misinformation…

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When most Veterans think of their rating decision from the VA, they most likely believe they will either be approved or denied. This is logical because the VA is trying to determine if you’re disabled or not.   So, approved or denied are sensible assumptions for a decision. However, there is a third option that…

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Veteran disability

Since 2011, headaches have been one of the most popular topics covered in this blog. Many readers may be surprised to realize just how many Vets struggle with headaches.   Men and women who served in recent conflicts may have headaches as a result of Traumatic Brain Injuries. Veterans who served in Iraq, both recently…

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Plenty of veterans get bit by the entrepreneur bug when they return home after service. It’s a great opportunity to put the skills learned in the military to good use. As a veteran, there are a few advantages to be aware of when starting a business. The government allocates a certain number of contracts every…

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Anyone who has ever applied for VA disability benefits will be painfully familiar with the term “service-connection.” These two hyphenated words are often the first hurdle veterans need to overcome when applying for disability benefits. Service-connection is a legal term that basically means a veteran’s disability or illness resulted from or was aggravated by their…

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