Veterans Guardian Responds to Lawsuit
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by Loren Brett
7M ago
Veterans Guardian Responds to Lawsuit Veterans Guardian categorically denies the false accusations of the lawsuit recently filed against us by attorneys who benefit from a broken Department of Veteran Affairs and a clogged veterans benefits system. Contrary to the baseless claims of wrongdoing, Veterans Guardian provides ethical and transparent assistance that veterans can choose to use to obtain benefits to which they are entitled, but often have difficulty accessing through other available means due to a complicated and bureaucratic process. The named plaintiffs in the suit received an inc ..read more
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Veterans Guardian Issues Statement of Support For The PLUS Act
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by VG Marketing
1y ago
Veterans Guardian Issues Statement of Support For The PLUS Act Washington, DC, May 15, 2023– Veterans Guardian, a leading veteran-owned and operated pre-filing consulting firm, proudly endorses the Preserving Lawful Utilization of Services for Veterans (PLUS) for Veterans Act of 2023 (H.R. 1822). Introduced by Representatives Bergman (R-MI), Correa (D-CA), and original co-sponsor Mace (R-SC), this bipartisan, comprehensive legislation aims to improve the claims review process for veterans receiving benefits from The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The PLUS for Veterans Act ..read more
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Service-Connected Insomnia and VA Disability Benefits
Veterans Guardian VA Claim Consulting Blog
by Del Holston
1y ago
Service-Connected Insomnia and VA Disability Benefits Insomnia in Veterans is not uncommon. According to the National Veteran Sleep Disorder Study, Veterans are especially vulnerable to sleep disorders, with insomnia and sleep apnea being the most prevalent.  What is Insomnia? The National Institute of Health (NIH) defines insomnia as a common sleep disorder characterized by trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or getting quality sleep. Veterans can be affected by both short-term and long-term or chronic insomnia. Chronic insomnia occurs three or more nights a week for more than thr ..read more
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Permanent Versus Total Disability for VA Ratings
Veterans Guardian VA Claim Consulting Blog
by Del Holston
1y ago
Permanent Versus Total Disability for VA Ratings US Military Veterans who were physically or emotionally injured or contracted an illness from a service-connected event or whose existing illness or injury was aggravated by a service-connected event can make a disability claim through the VA – the Department of Veterans Affairs. The VA then assigns a disability rating to their claim based on how much the illness or injury affects their ability to work and their quality of life. The disability compensation is intended to make up for their lost wages. The disability can be considered “total ..read more
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Service Connected Disability and VA Benefits
Veterans Guardian VA Claim Consulting Blog
by Del Holston
1y ago
Service Connected Disability and VA Benefits Disability compensation is a tax-free monthly payment from the VA to Veterans who were injured, had a pre-existing injury aggravated beyond normal progression, or developed an illness while serving in the military. Examples of a service connected disability include physical injuries, chronic diseases, and mental health conditions that developed before, during, and after the Veteran’s military service. Veterans are only eligible for compensation and benefits if their disability can be shown to be service-connected and they were not discharged unde ..read more
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VA Disability For Tinnitus? – VA Claim Consulting
Veterans Guardian VA Claim Consulting Blog
by Del Holston
1y ago
VA Disability For Tinnitus? – VA Claim Consulting Disabled veterans who are suffering from hearing loss and tinnitus due to their time in military service are eligible for VA disability benefits. A former service member’s benefits are determined by their compensation ratings, which is obtained once they file a VA disability claim. Over 1.5 million veterans have filed a claim for tinnitus. What is Tinnitus? The definition of tinnitus is the perception of hissing, popping, or ringing in the ears or head when no other audible sounds are present. For some people, tinnitus is merely an annoyance ..read more
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Understanding VA Form 21-0781
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by Del Holston
1y ago
Understanding VA Form 21-0781 If you’re a military veteran who experienced a service-connected traumatic event that caused PTSD, then you may be eligible for disability compensation from the VA. The process for receiving a disability rating and compensation includes a number of steps, one of which is VA Form 21-0781. The complete steps to get a rating for PTSD are as follows: Provide a current, formal PTSD diagnosis from a qualified doctor, therapist, or psychiatrist. Submit a statement (VA Form 21-0781) detailing the service-connected traumatic event that caused your PTSD. Include corrobo ..read more
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VA Disability Pay Date Schedule
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by Del Holston
1y ago
VA Disability Pay Date Schedule Disability compensation from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is a tax-free monthly benefit given to veterans with a service-connected illness or injury. The benefits you receive are based on your disability rating, which determines how much your illness or injury affects your ability to work or complete daily activities. Once approved for disability benefits, the next thing you will want to know is the VA disability pay date schedule. When Will I Get My Monthly Benefits? Payment benefits are sent out on the first business day of the following month. S ..read more
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Understanding VA Benefits for Mental Health Conditions
Veterans Guardian VA Claim Consulting Blog
by Del Holston
1y ago
Understanding VA Benefits for Mental Health Conditions Members of the US Military are subject to many different illnesses and injuries during their service. Mental health conditions are one that few talk about but many endure. It’s crucial, no matter how minor or severe your mental illness may seem, to get the help that you need to manage your symptoms.  If you are in crisis, call the new 24/7 veterans’ support phone number to speak with a qualified, caring responder. The crisis hotline is easy to access: simply dial 988, then press 1 to speak to a professional. Mental Health Condition ..read more
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Understanding VA Form 20-0996
Veterans Guardian VA Claim Consulting Blog
by Del Holston
1y ago
Understanding VA Form 20-0996 A veteran who suffers from illnesses or injuries sustained through a service-connected event may receive a disability rating and compensation through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). We’ve previously discussed what disability ratings and their benefits are, how to apply for a disability rating, and even what to do if your claim has been denied.  But what if you receive a rating that you believe is lower than what you deserve? That’s where a higher-level review and VA Form 20-0996 come into play. What is a Higher-Level Review? If you believe you hav ..read more
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