Being in the military everyone knows the hurry up and wait or the standing by to stand by. In this blog post Amanda Dejesus from Hill and Ponton tells about ways veteran's claims can be expedited:Veterans who are terminally ill Veterans who … [Read more...] about Hurry Up and Wait – at VA the tradition continues
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It is recommended that this form be maintained in the individual's permanent medical record with DD form 2796. Post Deployment Health Assessment, covering the same time period. Any questions regarding environmental exposures should be directed to a … [Read more...] about Camp Lemonnier Djibouti Environmental/Occupational Workplace Exposure Data
No surprise this month to see Tinnitus questions as one of the top discussions. Tinnitus is the most common service connected disability. In the military there's a lot of boom boom and jet engines, while hearing protection has improved it's not … [Read more...] about Top 10 Discussions June 2017 – Veterans Compensation Claims
I’ve had friends, family, clients that have needed to file for disability, and for the right reasons. They’re very sick or whatever it may be, and they really did not realize that they had to have worked five out of the past 10 years. They thought … [Read more...] about Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits Overview – Hill & Ponton
Special Monthly compensation was granted by Congress and they're pretty stingy unless we're talking about their paycheck. As for us, disability is a variable open to VA's interpretation. I find fighting them is like herding cats. They'll do anything … [Read more...] about Special Monthly Compensation – open to VA’s interpretation and unfamiliar to many raters.
https://www.c-span.org/video/?429945-1/va-secretary-shulkin-testifies-fy-2018-budgetUnemployability Excerpt starts at 00:53:03 video CHAIRMAN ISAKSON>I WANT TO TALK ABOUT THE BUDGET FOR A MINUTE IF I MAY. I WANT TO TALK ABOUT THE … [Read more...] about Unemployability Discussed During Fiscal Year 2018 Veterans Affairs Budget Veterans Affairs Secretary Dr. David Shulkin testified before the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee on his agency’s budget request for fiscal year 2018.