How Does A Veteran Get A VA Claim Started?
There are three ways for a veteran to initiate a claim for Veterans Benefits. All three require the use of a specific VA form to file for the benefits. The forms are VA 21-526ez, 21-0995, and 21-0996. It is important to know the status of the veteran’s case in order to determine which form the… Read more
Milwaukee Veteran Employability TDIU Overview and Helpful Tips
The United States Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) asserts within its policy that “all veterans who are not able to secure and follow a substantially gainful occupation by reason of service-connected disabilities shall be rated totally disabled.” Substantial gainful occupations are defined as occupations that provide the veteran with an annual income that exceeds the… Read more
Lawyers Improve Outcomes in Nearly 90% of Disability Appeals Cases
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) doesn’t always give disabled vets their rightfully owed VA disability benefits. Unfortunately, it happens more often than you might realize, leaving VA disability appeals as the only option for many disabled vets. The Department of Veterans Affairs has mistakenly withheld millions of dollars in disability benefits from eligible disabled… Read more
Who is Eligible for Social Security Disability Benefits in Milwaukee?
Are Veterans Eligible for Social Security Disability Benefits? If you are a veteran of the military in the United States and suffer an injury, then you may qualify for as much as $3,400 per month in social security disability benefits in Milwaukee. These benefits are paid to veterans who have suffered injuries as a result… Read more
Do You Qualify For Vet Disability Benefits In Milwaukee?
Serving in the military is an honorable act that deserves recognition for your efforts to protect the country. If you were injured during your active duty, while training for active duty or training during inactive duty, you might be eligible for veterans disability benefits as a vet from the government. This disability compensation is designed… Read more
How the Rating System Affects Your Veteran Disability Benefits
Veteran disability benefits are available to anyone who has served in the military, was discharged for reasons other than dishonorable ones, and who has a disability that is either connected to or exacerbated by active military service. If you qualify for veteran disability benefits, then you could potentially receive anything from $133 to more than… Read more
5 Common Disabilities Unique to Veterans & How They Qualify for VA Benefits
Wisconsin is home to half a million veterans, many of whom have a disability of one shape or another that manifest in the physical and/or psychological form. In fact, war affects each veteran in profound ways that the average citizen cannot fully understand. Veteran disability benefits take into consideration the uniqueness of a veteran situation. … Read more