The VFW thinks the VA Secretary should have the authority to manage his people in a manner expected of all senior executives. The question today is whether the VA Accountability First Act is the right vehicle to finally enable VA leadership to … [Read more...] about VFW: Accountability is a Two-Way Street
U.S. Rep. Stephen F. Lynch said the Veterans Affairs is needlessly leaving vets hanging with low disability payments for brain injuries while figuring out what’s wrong with them.Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.bostonherald.com … [Read more...] about Lynch: VA can’t leave injured vets hanging
Three lesser-known benefits that could help Veterans live better, healthier lives.Sourced through Scoop.it from: taskandpurpose.com … [Read more...] about Service Dogs And Other Lesser-Known VA Benefits
President Donald Trump’s “taxpayer focused” budget for fiscal 2018 includes smaller cost-of-living adjustments for veterans benefits payouts and eliminating those adjustments for some federal civilian retirees altogether.Congress … [Read more...] about Trump budget trims payouts for vets, government retirees
Do you have an experience you would like to share about Veterans Affairs denying payment of your emergency room bill in a bad faith insurance denial? I think it is time we send VA a message. That message is to start using common sense when … [Read more...] about Ready To Stop Bad Faith Insurance Denials Of Non-VA Emergency Bills?
VA disability compensation rates listed below are for calculating your retroactive pay once you win your claim.Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.hadit.com … [Read more...] about VA Disability Compensation Rates 1974 – Present (Retro Pay Calculation)