Veterans’ Board of Appeals Hearing

What Happens at a Veterans’ Board of Appeals Hearing? Learn what happens at a Veterans’ Board of Appeals hearing.  Personal hearings with a Board Member are informal. The Board Member will identify him/herself and will make sure you agree about what the claims are on appeal. The Board Member will tell you about what happens […]

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Personal Hearing for Veterans’ Appeals

How To Request A Personal Hearing for Veterans’ Appeals You have the right to request a personal hearing for Veterans’ Appeals. What is a personal hearing? A personal hearing is a meeting between you, your representative if you have one, and the person from the VA who will decide your case. There are two types […]

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Applying for VA Disability?

  This article provides information on applying for VA disability? The VA is implementing improvements to make it easier to apply for your VA benefits. Effective March 24, 2015, online application tools, standardized forms, and a new “intent to file” process will create faster and more accurate decisions on your claims and appeals. What is […]

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Prove An Agent Orange Presumptive Disease

Evidence Needed to Prove an Agent Orange Presumptive Disease Information on evidence needed to prove an Agent Orange presumptive disease.  The VA requires the following evidence if you are seeking Disability Compensation for an Agent Orange presumptive disease: A medical diagnosis of a disease associated with Agent Orange. Competent evidence of service in Vietnam or […]

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Supreme Court Allows Lawsuits Over Electrocutions

United States Supreme Court Allows Lawsuits Over Electrocutions In Iraq A January 2015 ruling by the United States Supreme Court allows lawsuits over electrocutions against two of the largest American military contractors to move forward. KBR Inc. is a contractor for the Department of Defense. KBR maintains it’s headquarters in Houston, Texas. Also known as […]

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