When seeking disability benefits through the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, veterans need to prove that their injury or illness isLearn More
What is Apportionment of My VA Benefits?
Generally, a veteran’s VA benefits may not be paid to anyone other than directly to the veteran. However, if a family member is theLearn More
New VA Appeals Process: What to Expect in 2019
As the number of appeals filed with the VA increases, the average wait time for veterans to receive decisions increases exponentially. In order toLearn More
What You Should Know About RAMP
If you’re a veteran with a pending appeal, and you’ve received a RAMP letter, you may be confused by what it means. In August 2017, Congress passed aLearn More
Benefits Available for Non-Veterans – Accrued Benefits
Our blogs often focus on getting veterans the benefits that they deserve, and that makes sense. Disability: it’s all we do. However, it is not allLearn More
How do I Corroborate my Military Sexual Trauma (MST)?
An unfortunate aspect of military life is that many sexual and personal assaults occur. MST affects both men and women of the military and oftenLearn More
Does Obstructive Sleep Apnea Increase Your Risk of Heart Disease?
According to the National Sleep Foundation, veterans are 4 times more likely than other Americans to suffer from obstructive sleep apnea. Though onlyLearn More
Diseases Related to Asbestos Exposure
First off, what is asbestos, this toxic substance we frequently hear about? Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that can be found in rocks andLearn More
Establishing Service Connection and the VA
In order to receive compensation from the VA, the veteran’s disability must be service-connected. Service-connected means the disability eitherLearn More