The purpose of the new VA intent to file process is to protect the earliest possible date for any award of benefits or increased benefits resulting from your claim.
Yes, Reservists and National Guard Members can and do receive VA Disability Compensation with no regard to the percentage of their disability rating.
Question: How does a veteran with PTSD obtain a service dog?
Answer: VA does not provide service dogs for physical or mental health conditions, including PTSD. […]
How can I find out if I’m rated permanently and totally disabled by VA?
If the permanent and total box is not checked on your VA rating […]
Can two disabled veterans who are legally married to each other each receive the dependent allowance from VA for their children?
Yes, both veterans can receive […]
I am a veteran, but I receive care for my heart from a non-VA specialist. This specialist prescribes my heart medications. Will VA fill these prescriptions? I don’t use […]
As the 113th session of Congress comes to a close, VetsFirst is pleased to report major victories on our 2014 legislative priorities.
Our first victory was inclusion of […]
I am the widow of a service-connected veteran who was a military retiree. Can I receive both a Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) annuity and Dependency […]