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What are the Presumptive Agent Orange Cancers?

Published on December 21st, 2019

When you apply for veterans disability compensation, you need to show that your medical condition was caused or made worse by your military service–unless the VA considers your condition to be presumptive. This means that the VA presumes that your illness was caused by your military service. If you served in an area where you […]

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Can I Get 100% VA Disability While Working?

Published on December 12th, 2019

The short answer is yes, you can be rated as 100 percent disabled and work at the same time. That said, there are situations where your employment could make you ineligible for a 100 percent rating and the benefits that come with it. It depends on whether you received a 100 percent schedular rating, or […]

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How Can I Increase My Disability Rating?

Published on December 10th, 2019

The amount of veterans disability compensation you receive each month depends on your disability rating. Your disability rating is a percentage number that represents the VA’s view of how your service related medical  conditions impact your ability to work and earn a living.  Generally, the VA considers your medical history and records, employment, and the […]

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Will I Lose VA Benefits if I Divorce My Veteran Spouse?

Published on December 5th, 2019

If you divorce your veteran spouse, you will automatically lose many, but not not necessarily all of your VA benefits. For example, you may be able to keep your military health insurance. But the main issue that is argued in divorce cases is usually the division of military retirement pay and the factoring of veterans […]

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What Medical Conditions does the VA Presume to be Service Related?

Published on December 2nd, 2019

Veterans disability compensation is available for any medical condition that was either caused or made worse by your military service. Usually, the VA will set up a compensation and pension exam during which a doctor will determine the extent of your injuries or illness and how they affect your ability to work. The VA will […]

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