What GAO FoundGAO’s analysis of Department of Defense (DOD) data show that 62 percent, or 57,141 of the 91,764 servicemembers separated for misconduct from fiscal years 2011 through 2015 had been diagnosed within the 2 years prior to separation … [Read more...] about Actions Needed to Ensure Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury Are Considered in Misconduct Separations – GAO Report May 2017
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http://www.nvlsp.org/images/uploads/survivalguide.pdf … [Read more...] about The American Veterans and Service Members Survival Guide – NVLSP
First, if you have received a letter to reduce your rating try to remain calm. Second, DO NOT MISS VA Re-Examinsations, Third, VA has to show material improvement. Check out the articles below to learn more. Forewarned is forearmed. Forge on brothers … [Read more...] about VA Ratings Reduction
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Source: Hill and Ponton Does it matter whether the VA finds that a veteran is service-connected for PTSD, as opposed to some other psychiatric disorder? For purposes of compensation, no, it does not. The VA rating schedule provides one general … [Read more...] about VA Compensation for PTSD and Other Mental Disorders – Hill & Ponton, P.A.