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Blog Posts in 2013

Who Can You Trust?

A couple weeks ago, an Army veteran and former top official with the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs was indicted in federal court on charges that he ran a kickback scheme from his state ...
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Veterans and Employment Discrimination, ADA and USERRA

When military personnel return from serving their country overseas, they face unique challenges in the civilian workplace. Employers may be reluctant to hire a reservist or guardsman out of fear that ...
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Be Wary of Lawyers and Financial Planners looking to help You Apply for Aid and Attendance Benefits

"Aid and Attendance" benefits are monies paid, above and beyond a veteran's pension, by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to veterans, veteran spouses or surviving spouses. The ...
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California Veterans Entitled to Many Benefits

Veterans in California have a robust collection of benefits to choose from. Here is quick summary of those benefits available. Housing Veterans Homes of California provides professional and low cost ...
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Justice Prevails - Judge Blames VA Hospital for not Treating Veteran's PTSD- Awards $3.7 million

In February, 2007, Sergeant Stanley Laskowski, was honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corps. He was also diagnosed with PTSD at a Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Pennsylvania. Over ...
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Injury at VA Treated Like "Service Connected" Injury

Pursuant to Title 38 U.S.C. Section 1151, the VA may compensate a Veteran for death or disability "as if service-connected" from injuries caused by or as the result of VA hospitalization. To ...
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Returning With PTSD May Have Unforseen Consequences

Mental Disorders are classified by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), published by the American Psychiatric Association. In May 2013, the fifth revision (DSM-5) is ...
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Support Grows For Veterans Court In San Luis Obispo County

On January 29, the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors heard from numerous speakers supporting the establishment of a veterans treatment court in the County. Numerous counties have already ...
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Fresno Woman Accused Of Stealing From VA

In Fresno, California Nora Collins, 59, has been indicted on charges she stole benefits paid by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. According to the court filings, Ms. Collins' husband was ...
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Disabled Veterans Get Cost Of Living Increase

Effective January 1, 2013, over four million Veterans and survivors getting VA compensation benefits received a 1.7 percent cost of living adjustment (COLA) to their monthly payment. Check your ...
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