November 15, 2023
Free Health Coverage for WWII Vets

This past Veterans Day, the VA announced that all World War II veterans would be eligible for free health care and nursing home services. Although few WWII veterans remain, this could benefit the almost 120,000 still with us, according to Pew Research. This means they would no longer have to make copayments, pay enrollment fees, […]

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October 24, 2023
Military Retirement Pay & Benefits 2024: Key Updates to Know

Have you kept up with the changes and updates to military retirement pay and benefits? That’s an important topic for us at Veterans Affairs Law, P.A. because of our focus on helping military vets get paid properly. While that emphasis involves areas like disability benefits and survivor benefits, it’s also essential to stay aware of […]

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October 12, 2023
When Denied Benefits: Why Veterans Turn to Veterans Affairs Law P.A.

Serving in the military is a profound commitment to one's country, often accompanied by personal sacrifices and life-altering experiences. Veterans carry the weight of their service with pride, but they also rely on the support and benefits promised to them by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Unfortunately, there are times when veterans find themselves […]

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September 28, 2023
Backlog of Veterans' First-Time Disability Claims Reaches Almost 300,000

The volume of veteran disability claims has reached an all-time high. Although the VA claims otherwise, it appears almost 300,000 overdue claims overrun the system. This comes amid a significant expansion in veterans’ benefits, as the VA tries to process several new cases to fulfill last year’s PACT Act. What is the PACT Act? PACT […]

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September 15, 2023
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and an important time to reflect on how that affects U.S. military veterans. It’s impossible to avoid the somber reality that veterans comprise a disproportionate share of suicide cases, because of many traumatic experiences and severe disabilities they suffer. While this a complex topic, requiring attention from many […]

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August 30, 2023
Reasons to Hire a Lawyer to Fight Your VA Disability Denial

Are you a veteran who has received a denial on a disability claim with the Veterans Affairs Office? It’s important to know you haven’t met the “end of the road” because there are legitimate appeal methods, provided you secure effective guidance to navigate past the red tape. We’d like to remind you of the many […]

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August 17, 2023
What are the Implications for Receiving VA Benefits if You’ve Developed PTSD after Serving?

There are many military veterans who experience what professionals dub “delayed onset of PTSD,” meaning the symptoms don’t appear immediately. Since that’s the case, it can create several difficulties whenever a veteran tries to prove it was combat related, and apply for disability benefits. The Reality of Delayed Onset PTSD for Older Veterans It’s common […]

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July 28, 2023
Navigating Medical Malpractice at VA Hospitals: Your Guide to Seeking Recompense

Nothing is worse than adding insult to injury, which, sadly, is what dealing with the Veterans Affairs (VA) office often entails for many returning service veterans. Besides dealing with the bureaucracy, it’s also possible to watch their disabilities worsen after receiving VA hospital treatment. While this isn’t the case all the time, it’s always possible […]

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July 14, 2023
Have I Received a VA Claim Disability Denial?

How do service members know when they’ve been denied disability status by the Veterans Affairs (VA) office? Alas, the VA will not notify you via phone, email, or regular mail. You’ll have to be proactive about checking this yourself. It’s also important not to fall for any scams from anyone who contacts you pretending to […]

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June 29, 2023
Getting Your VA Disability Appeal Started

Have you suffered a disability denial from the Veteran Affairs (VA) office? If so, then you may wonder what recourse you have to an appeal. Since 2019, there are three ways to accomplish this: 1) Adding supplemental information to your case, 2) Requesting a more senior reviewer, or 3) Utilizing the Board of Veterans’ Appeals. […]

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