The United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) passed the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act of 2017 to give veteransLearn More
VA Disability Law
VA Disability Law is complex and hard to navigate alone. In this section we generally cover the complexities of VA disability law such as the Veterans Benefits Management System, the Board of Veterans' Appeals, Military Discharges, the Forever GI Bill, Expediting Claims, What is Service Connection, the New VA Appeals System, and much more. If you're looking for more information on VA Disability Benefits, click here!
Here are our Top 10 VA Disability Law blogs:
- What is VA Service Connection?
- How the Appeals Process Works and Why It Can Take So Long
- Are you a veteran if you were discharged in basic training?
- Can Your VA Disability Be Garnished?
- How To Expedite Your VA Disability Claim
- The Board of Veterans' Appeals Explained!
- What is Military Separation Pay?
- Equal Access to Justice Act Explained | EAJA
- Special Effective Date Rules for VA Benefits
- The VA’s Rule Against “Pyramiding”
Veterans Benefits for Dementia Over five million Americans over age 65 currently have Alzheimer's disease or another type of dementia diagnosis.Learn More
The VA’s definition of a person who is mentally incompetent is one who lacks the mental capacity to contract or manage his or her own affairs becauseLearn More
Most veterans seeking compensation through the Department of Veterans Affairs are aware that they are entitled to file for service-connectedLearn More
The claims process through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) can be tricky and involves many steps. That is why many veterans obtain assistanceLearn More
There are many veterans and/or beneficiaries who are unable to manage their VA benefits. The VA has a Fiduciary Program to protect theseLearn More
The United States Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA) offers certain benefits to spouses, minor children and other legal dependents, familyLearn More
The Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA) offers several financial benefits to veterans and their families who qualify for specific programs. When youLearn More
What Is Permanent And Total Disability? The United States Department of Veterans Affairs uses rating schedules to determine the amount of benefitsLearn More
Once you have been awarded a 100 percent disability rating, whether that be a 100 percent schedular rating or TDIU, you may be wondering if there areLearn More
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) uses a system known as Enrollment Priority Groups when determining VA health care benefits. The priorityLearn More
Lay Evidence to Support a VA Disability Claim Providing enough evidence is a key part of filing a successful disability claim through the UnitedLearn More