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Two Basic yet Crucial Requirements to Receive DIC Claims for Widows

Two Basic yet Crucial Requirements to Receive DIC Claims for Widows

We all know the sacrifices our soldiers give for their country, but there are some underlying sacrifices we often miss out on. These are the ones given by their families to help their loved ones serve the nation. Whether it is a son, brother, a father, or a spouse, it is very hard to let …

Know How VA Funeral Benefits is supporting Dependents with Professional Assistance

Know How VA Funeral Benefits is supporting Dependents with Professional Assistance

Serving the nation in any way brings pride and honor not only to the person but also to their family. And, it becomes a glory if the person has been offering their service by being a member of the armed forces. Their selfless and loyal duties toward safeguarding their land demand another level of commitment. …

Senators introduce bill to help veterans with toxic exposure facing coronavirus diagnosis

Senators introduce bill to help veterans with toxic exposure facing coronavirus diagnosis

Military and veteran health care providers would be required to ask service members and veterans who test positive for the coronavirus about their exposure to burn pits under bipartisan legislation introduced Wednesday in the Senate.

230,000 veterans’ disability ratings are stuck in limbo due to COVID-19

230,000 veterans’ disability ratings are stuck in limbo due to COVID-19

Hundreds of thousands of veterans are stuck in limbo in regards to their disability compensation because the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has delayed compensation and pension (C&P) exams, which vets need to take in order to receive a disability rating.

Veterans Affairs lawmakers introduce major bill to help homeless vets during pandemic

Veterans Affairs lawmakers introduce major bill to help homeless vets during pandemic

Connecting Vets – As the coronavirus pandemic continues in the United States, veteran advocates have increasingly warned that the economic downturn could lead to more homeless vets.