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How to Choose a VA Claims Attorney. By Chris Attig
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Veterans who want to hire an attorney for their VA Claim will learn how to choose the attorney that is best for their unique VA Claim or Appeal.
VA Sleep Apnea Field Manual By Chris Attig
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This book was written by a VA Accredited Attorney to help US Veterans cut through the fog of their VA Sleep Apnea Claims. This book will take you step-by-step through the VA Sleep Apnea claim and ... More > help you discover: * Why it is important to get your VA sleep apnea service-connected now. * How to build the four pillars of a VA sleep apnea claim. * What evidence you need to prove and win a VA sleep apnea claim. * The four most common VA sleep apnea claim scenarios and step-by-step guides to proving them. * Specific steps to take to avoid common mistakes Veterans make in sleep apnea claims. * Much more.< Less
2016 Veterans Healthcare Benefits Handbook By Military Handbooks
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This unique handbook, written for veterans, gives you everything you need to know about: how to apply, veterans service centers, choosing a facility, changing a facility, second opinions,... More > prescriptions, dental care, chiropractic care, non-VA care, travel, POW benefits, appeals, grievances, confidentiality, financial issues, means testing, hardship determinations, waivers, medication co-payments, health insurance and a complete listing of VA facilities. NOTE: This is a print on demand handbook and is NON-REFUNDABLE. The only exception is if the handbook is damaged upon receipt. We strongly recommend viewing it BEFORE purchasing it: http://www.militaryhandbooks.com< Less
2016 Benefits for Veterans and Dependents Handbook By Military Handbooks
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For more than two centuries, Americans in uniform have set aside their personal aspirations and safety to procure and protect the freedoms established by the Founders of our great nation. Through... More > their service, and, all too often, through their sacrifices, these brave men and women have earned the gratitude and respect of the entire nation. From the World Wars of the 20th Century to the 21st Century’s war on terror, VA benefits have evolved to meet the changing needs of veterans, because, while wars have beginnings and ends, caring for those who fought them never ends. This handbook is intended to serve as a reference guide for veterans, their families, and those who help veterans access information about VA benefits and services. NOTE: This handbook is NON-REFUNDABLE as it is a print on demand item. The only exception is if it is damaged upon receipt. We strongly recommend that you view the handbook BEFORE purchasing it. http://www.militaryhandbooks.com< Less
Congressional Research Service: “Who Is a Veteran?”—Basic Eligibility for Veterans’ Benefits (CRS Report R42324, January 23, 2012) By Congressional Research Service
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A broad range of benefits are offered to veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and to certain members of their families by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Among these benefits are various... More > types of financial assistance, including monthly cash payments to disabled veterans, health care, education, and housing benefits. Basic criteria must be met to be eligible to receive any of the benefits administered by the VA. This report examines the basic eligibility criteria for VA administered veterans’ benefits, including the issue of eligibility of members of the National Guard and reserve components. *** The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is Congress’s nonpartisan think tank and produces over 3,000 reports and studies per year for Congress. They include lawyers, economists, reference librarians, and scientists. CRS reports are highly regarded as in-depth, accurate, objective, and timely. They are not routinely made available to the public and are highly coveted by researchers.< Less
Veterans Aid and Attendance Kit By Jim "Zig" Zeigler
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New Kit has all resources for a Veteran or survivor to win an extra, life-long Aid and Attendance pension. This Kit tells you what the VA doesn't: •How to restructure your assets or income to... More > become eligible. •How to lock in your eligibility by the first day of NEXT MONTH. •How to apply now for 12 months of back benefits. •How to represent yourself without an attorney. •When it may be wiser to retain and pay an Accredited Veterans Attorney. All legal strategies and forms to restructure countable assets and income to meet VA limits. Details at www.VeteransAidAndAttendanceKit.com Receive TAX-FREE monthly checks for life for up to: ● $1,645 a month as an unmarried Veteran. ● $1,950 a month as a married Veteran. ● $1,057 a month as survivor of a deceased Veteran. ● $2,582 a month as two Veterans married to each other. New: Over 30 types of Americans who qualify for A&A in addition to active duty Veterans< Less
Veterans Aid and Attendance Kit By Jim "Zig" Zeigler
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New Kit has all resources for a Veteran or survivor to win an extra, life-long Aid and Attendance pension. This Kit tells you what the VA doesn't: •How to restructure your assets or income to... More > become eligible. •How to lock in your eligibility by the first day of NEXT MONTH. •How to apply now for 12 months of back benefits. •How to represent yourself without an attorney. •When it may be wiser to retain and pay an Accredited Veterans Attorney. All legal strategies and forms to restructure countable assets and income to meet VA limits. Details at www.VeteransAidAndAttendanceKit.com Receive TAX-FREE monthly checks for life for up to: ● $1,645 a month as an unmarried Veteran. ● $1,950 a month as a married Veteran. ● $1,057 a month as survivor of a deceased Veteran. ● $2,582 a month as two Veterans married to each other. New: Over 30 types of Americans who qualify for A&A in addition to active duty Veterans< Less
Caring for Older Relatives By Mark Albertson
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With increasing longevity comes wonderful things, including the ability to live productive, creative lives much longer. With aging also comes a number of complications: The likelihood of needing... More > care, whether from a family member, assisted living community, skilled nursing or other options. The challenges of caring for and older family member create stress and pressures, including legal issues, financial issues, living arrangements, health care and more.< Less
Dishonoring the Honorable By M. Plante
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A fast track history of my 22 plus years fighting for my S/C disability with documents that prove that VA employees altered medical records, remove and destroy legal documents from case files... More > and intentional delay veteran’s cases. It’s not so much about my case but about the corrupt process. (See Chapter 3) I also discuss in detail the Freedom of Information Act, Equal Acess to Justice Act, Radiation Scandal, DVA Scandals, Corruption and Fraud. My case is now in the Court for the eighth time. I make suggestions, which may help veterans in their claim for benefits. At no time should you take these suggestions as LEGAL Advice. ​ You can review up-dates by going to www.dishonoringthehonorable.com< Less
Veterans Administration: ABroken System By Stephen Reed,BS.Rel,MS.Theo,MSW,Paralegal/Legal Assistant
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The new agency was responsible for medical services for war veterans; disability compensation and allowances for World War I veterans; life insurance; bonus certificates; retirement payments for... More > emergency officers; Army and Navy pensions; and retirement payments for civilian employees. During the next decade, from 1931 to 1941, VA hospitals would increase from 64 to 91, and the number of beds would rise from 33,669 to 61,849. In March 1933, President Roosevelt persuaded Congress to pass the Economy Act. A response to the Great Depression, the measure included a repeal of all previous laws granting benefits for veterans of the Spanish-American War and all subsequent conflicts and periods of peacetime service. It also gave the President authority to issue new veterans benefits.< Less