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VETERANS DISABILITY BENEFITS LAW

Ashford University, LLC, a for-profit educational institution, filed a petition for review of a Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) suspension of payments for educational assistance.  The VA also suspended approval of new enrollments and reenrollments for its online programs, unless the...

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Initially, on September 25, 2019, Veterans Affairs (VA) officials announced that families of veterans who served prior to 2001 wouldn’t be added to the Veterans Affairs caregivers program until summer 2020 at the earliest. Under the VA MISSION Act passed last year, veterans who sustained a...

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Many veterans know that they are entitled to service connection for disabilities due to injuries incurred while they were in service. What some may not know, is that it’s possible to receive service connection for additional disabilities that are either caused or proximately due to their service...

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On February 15, 2018, the Veterans Affairs (VA) published in the Federal Register a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) notice. The VA is required to notify Veterans of COLA  by the Veterans’ Compensation Cost-of-Living Adjustment Act of 2017, P.L. 115–75. The law requires an increase in rates when...

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Living with a disability can result in a veteran facing significant obstacles. There are some disabilities that a veteran can suffer that can result in compensation that is different from that received by veterans with other disabilities. These conditions are called “special monthly compensation...

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