Continuing the trend for a few months are posts about Retroactive Back Pay, does this mean more veterans are getting their claims granted? Who knows? It does however bring up a good tip. When figuring your retroactive compensation pay make sure to use the corresponding year and rate see this chart VA Historical Disability Compensation […]
New research shows post-traumatic stress treatments are advancing, and there is hope for those suffering its effects.
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Do you have Non-Combat VA PTSD disability claim? Ever try to convince the VA that your non-combat stressor event occurred? It’s a lot harder for non-combat Veterans – if you didn’t serve in combat, the VA isn’t going to take your word for it: you have to prove to the VA that the stressor event occurred. It’s really hard, isn’t it?
Today I want to talk about a new case out of the CAVC that requires the VA to go even FURTHER in its Duty to Assist the Veteran.
Service-connected Disabled Veterans by Disability Rating Percentage: FY 1986 – 2013 Card Facts & Figures About Veterans and Soldier Source: PBS.org Experts estimate that the total monetary cost for the U.S. — including long-term veterans care — of the conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan may eventually total as much as $4 trillion. 73.4 percent […]
What is PTSD? Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can occur after you have been through a traumatic event. A traumatic event is something terrible and scary that you see, hear about, or that happens to you, like: Combat exposure Child sexual or physical abuse Terrorist attack Sexual or physical assault Serious accidents, like a car wreck […]