Monthly Archives: May 2012

Surprising Statistic-Almost half of new military veterans seek disability benefits

Why do you think more and more veterans are seeking disability benefits? According to an article by Marilynn Marchione in The Daily Caller, “America’s newest veterans are filing for disability benefits at a historic rate, claiming to be the most medically … Continue reading

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Should Family Courts be able to divide a Veteran’s Disability Benefits?

In recent news, a disabled veteran has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider whether individual states should be allowed to consider a veteran’s disability compensation in calculating spousal support; and additionally whether federal law bars state courts from considering … Continue reading

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Unseen Affects of Delayed Disability Benefits

I ran across an article entitled “Veterans Face Ruin Awaiting Benefits as Wounded Swamp VA”.  The article discussing the many years that some veterans fight to get their disability benefits.  On average, my social security disability cases that go to … Continue reading

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