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Agent Orange Exposure

During the Vietnam War, an herbicide known as Agent Orange was used to eradicate the heavy jungle forest to make it easier for troops on the ground.

Burn Pit Exposure

Many veterans from the Gulf War era, Operating Enduring Freedom (OEF) may have been exposed to open air pits that burned trash in and around Iraq and Afghanistan.

CAVC Appeals

When the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (Board) issues a decision about your claim, the Board provides FIVE options on what to do when you receive a Board denial.

Glioblastoma Multiforme/Brain Cancer

Glioblastoma Multiforme is a type of malignant brain tumor, often found in veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange. However, it can be hard to appeal.

Individual Unemployability (IU/TDIU)

Many Veterans rated at less than 100 percent disabled by VA cannot work due to their service-connected disabilities. As a result, this can be a frustrating battle.

Dependency and Indemnity Claims (DIC)

In a time of sorrow, it is important for surviving family members to know they may be entitled to benefits from VA based on the Veteran’s disabilities.

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

After witnessing or experiencing a traumatic or life-threatening event people commonly have reactions such as upsetting memories of the event.

Service Connection

VA’s rules for winning service connection are complicated because there are five different ways a Veteran may obtain service connection.

Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)

If a veteran sustains a head injury or full body injury during their military service, there may be longstanding effects, impacting the health of thousands of Veterans.

Military Sexual Trauma (MST)

VA defines Military Sexual Trauma as “psychological trauma resulting from a physical assault of a sexual nature, battery of a sexual nature, or sexual harassment which occurred while the Veteran was serving on active duty, active duty for training, or inactive duty training.

Retroactive Benefits

When VA sends you a rating decision, you should carefully review it to make sure VA sets the correct effective date for your disability benefits. The effective date of your claim is important because it sets the start date of when VA begins paying disability compensation or pension.

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