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What is Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC)?

Published on July 11th, 2019

Dependency and Indemnity Compensation, also known as DIC, is a type of benefit available to the family members of a deceased veteran. It’s often confused with the survivor’s pension, but there are important differences between the two benefits. The VA Survivor’s Pension (also called the Death Pension) is paid to dependents of deceased wartime veterans, […]

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Are Blue Water Sailors Eligible for Agent Orange Compensation?

Published on July 9th, 2019

After a recent Federal Circuit Court ruling, navy veterans who served off the shores of Vietnam will now be eligible for disability compensation for exposure to Agent Orange. Widely used in the Vietnam conflict, the infamous Agent Orange herbicide has been shown to cause many health conditions including cancer, diabetes, Parkinsons, and heart disease. Before […]

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When do I Need to File an Appeal for Veterans Disability?

Published on July 3rd, 2019

You have one year from the date on the denial letter you receive from the VA to start the appeals process. Since the appeals process can take three to four years in many cases, it’s best to send in your Notice of Disagreement (NOD) as soon as possible to get a head start on the […]

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Is it Hard to Get Veterans Disability Compensation?

Published on July 1st, 2019

There are many misconceptions about veterans disability compensation. As a result, many eligible veterans do not apply for these benefits. The truth is that the process for applying for disability benefits is more straightforward than you may think, and the VA awards benefits to a wide range of applicants with many different conditions. Despite that, […]

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Can I Get VA Benefits with Military Retirement or Social Security Disability?

Published on June 27th, 2019

Veterans are able to access so-called concurrent federal benefits. This means that you can collect military retirement pay from the Department of Defense along with VA disability compensation and social security disability insurance. Previously, veterans could not receive disability compensation benefits in addition to military retirement pay, but the law changed in 2004 so that […]

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