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Category: Social Security Disability

What You Need to Know About 2023 Veteran Compensation

The year 2022 has seen a significant rise in inflation that has dramatically increased everybody’s cost of living. In response to the substantial change in inflation, the Veterans Disability Compensation and the Social Security Cost affected disabled veterans have been

Preparing For A Board Of Veterans Appeals (BVA) Hearing

If you are a veteran looking to appeal VA decisions, you can appeal via supplemental claims or request a higher-level review. You can also appeal to the Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA) according to the Appeals Modernization Act (AMA). Learn how to

The VA Disability Rating System: A Beginner’s Guide

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) disability rating system can be very complex and confusing to understand, but as a disabled veteran, you need to know how it works to receive the benefits you deserve. This guide will help you

How To Change Your GI Bill School Or Program

Veterans and their survivors can change their GI Bill program or school under several circumstances. However, there are some considerations that a veteran should take. Read on to learn more.  Why request a change to your GI Bill benefits? You

How To Increase Your Veteran Disability Compensation

You’re eligible for an increased disability rating if you’ve suffered a disability as a veteran and the condition worsens over time. In this case, you should also consider several factors to increase your disability compensation from the Department of Veteran

What You Need To Know About The Post-9/11 GI Bill

The Post-9/11 GI Bill is an American law that provides education benefits to military veterans who have been on active duty service after September 10, 2001. This bill was passed and signed into law in 2008. Applicants must meet several requirements to