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When Does the VA Pay for Non-VA Medical Care?

Published on November 12th, 2019

The rules for determining when the VA will pay for the community care you receive from a private healthcare provider are changing. Last year, President Trump signed into law the VA MISSION Act, which went into effect on June 7, 2019. On that date, the Veterans Choice Program (VCP), which used to control non-VA treatment […]


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Hiring a South Portland VA Benefits Attorney to Pursue Your Benefits

Published on November 6th, 2019

When you were in the military, you paid into benefits that you perhaps never thought that you would need to use later. However, now that you are sick or disabled, you need to make use of these funds with which to support yourself and your household. The military executives in charge of these benefits are […]


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Issues Facing Maine Veterans As They Apply for Disability Benefits

Published on November 6th, 2019

According to a number of experts, official military transition programs for disabled veterans don’t do enough to address the problems that our ex-military veterans deal with. Until our VA officials do more to refine their programs, it will devolve to the private sector to develop strategies for helping disabled veterans. Due to bureaucratic mistakes, some […]


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Will My Military Retirement Affect My Social Security?

Published on November 4th, 2019

As a veteran, you can receive your military pension and full social security benefits at the same time. There is no penalty for collecting benefits from the Department of Defense and the Social Security Administration. In fact, depending on your years of active duty service, your military service could increase your social security retirement benefits. […]


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How Does the VA Calculate my Disability Rating for PTSD?

Published on October 31st, 2019

If you have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, you may have trouble finding stable employment because of your insomnia, anxiety, and flashbacks. Fortunately, the VA is supposed to consider your PTSD as a service related condition that can qualify you for veterans disability compensation. The amount of monthly disability benefits you receive will depend […]


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