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If you are considering applying for veterans' disability benefits, you may have heard about the three-part test.

What exactly is the three-part test? Click the link below to visit our blog and find out.

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A service-related disability is a very difficult thing to live with. When the condition is extreme or very severe, the financial needs of the veteran may be far greater. The emotional impact may be severe. Life as the veteran once knew may be over.

Click the link below and visit our blog to read more about extra benefits that may be available for the severely disabled.

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Is it possible for a veteran to get disability compensation for a pre-existing condition that was aggravated by military service?

The short answer is yes. It is possible. However, it is generally more difficult to prove than if the condition is a new service-connected injury.

Click the link below to visit our blog and read more.

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As a veteran who is disabled, you were reasonable to assume that the Department of Veterans Affairs would provide for you. But when you received notice that your disability claim was denied, you undoubtedly felt disappointed and betrayed by the organization that was supposed to protect you.

If your VA disability claim was denied, click the link below to visit our blog and read more. 

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Arthritis is a common condition that involves joint pain and swelling. More than 50 million adults and 300,000 children have been diagnosed with some form of arthritis. It is the leading cause of disability in the United States. Around half the people diagnosed with arthritis have some level of disability that interferes with their lives. 

Click the link below to visit our website to read our the rest of our article about arthritis in veterans.

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Veterans with TBI (traumatic brain injury) who apply for disability benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) may be wrongly denied because of a test used in VA medical facilities.

Click the link below to visit our blog and read more about VA disability benefits and TBIs.

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Back in April, our blog reported on a lawsuit filed by a group of veterans against the Department of Veterans Affairs. The members of the group became stuck in the backlog of disability claims and filed a lawsuit about a year ago in the U.S Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. However, the legality of that lawsuit has been denied; the court says that it cannot hear aggregated cases when there is more than one plaintiff.

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A recent story in the Los Angeles Times tells the story of a veteran who has been seeking full disability compensation. This wouldn't be that unusual, except that he has been doing so since 1985.
Click the lin below to read more about the oldest VA disability case.

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A recent story in the Los Angeles Times tells the story of a veteran who has been seeking full disability compensation. This wouldn't be that unusual, except that he has been doing so since 1985.

Click the lin below to read more about the oldest VA disability case.

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The saga of the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune, a large Marine base in North Carolina, has been in the news the past few years. There have been stories in this blog as well. In March 2015, our blog post reported on the failure of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to create a presumptive link between service at the Marine base and a variety of conditions and illnesses. The next blog post on the subject, in August 2015, reported that the VA was looking into making some conditions presumptive for service at Camp Lejeune.

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