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The Impact Of Recent VA Law Changes On TDIU Claims

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | May 15, 2024 | Firm News

Recent changes in Veterans Affairs (VA) law have brought significant updates to how Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) claims are evaluated and processed. As our TDIU Lawyer can explain, these legal adjustments are designed to streamline the claims process, but they also present new challenges and opportunities for veterans seeking disability benefits. As a veteran… read more

The Most Common Mistakes Veterans Make On TDIU Claims

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | May 15, 2024 | Firm News

Securing Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) benefits can be a lifeline for veterans who are unable to work due to service-connected disabilities. However as our TDIU Lawyer Gregory M. Rada learned through a very challenging personal experience, the path to obtaining these benefits is often fraught with challenges, largely due to common errors made during… read more

Recent Changes In VA TDIU Policy: What Veterans Need To Know

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | April 25, 2024 | Firm News

The landscape of veterans’ benefits is continually evolving, with changes aimed at better serving the needs of those who served our nation. One area that has seen recent updates is the policy surrounding Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU). Understanding these changes is crucial for veterans who rely on these benefits or are considering applying for… read more

Advantages of Retaining a VA Accredited Lawyer

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | April 10, 2024 | Guest Blog

The debt America owes to its veterans is immeasurable, as these brave individuals have selflessly served their country. However, the journey to accessing the benefits and resources they deserve can often be complex and daunting. This is where a VA accredited attorney can step in, playing a pivotal role in advocating for veterans’ rights and… read more

New Study Links More Cancers to Camp Lejeune Water

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | February 1, 2024 | Disability Compensation

For decades, the story of Camp Lejeune, a military base in North Carolina, has been shadowed by concerns over water contamination. Recently, a comprehensive government study has shed new light on the health impacts faced by those who lived and worked there during the mid-1970s and ’80s. This blog post delves into the findings of… read more

Camp Lejeune: Understanding Service Connection for Diseases Linked to Water Contamination

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | January 15, 2024 | Disability Compensation

Presumptive service connection for diseases associated with water contamination at the U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune (Camp Lejeune) in North Carolina is a noteworthy benefit for veterans. This presumption, established by 38 C.F.R. §§ 3.307(a)(7) and 3.309(f), is for veterans, reservists, and National Guard members who served for at least 30 days, consecutively or… read more

Navigating Mental Disorder Claims for VA Disability Compensation: A Comprehensive Guide

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | December 29, 2023 | Disability Compensation

For veterans grappling with mental disorders, navigating VA disability compensation claims can present a unique set of challenges. These challenges may differ from those experienced in claims based on physical disorders, and understanding the nuances can make a significant difference. In this post, we delve into some of these challenges and offer tips to overcome… read more

Proving a Combat PTSD Stressor in VA Claims

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | December 15, 2023 | Disability Compensation

Introduction Combat veterans, particularly those who experience distressing and traumatic events, sometimes encounter challenges when seeking benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Such benefits are crucial for these veterans, as the fallout from such experiences can lead to serious health issues like Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). In this article, we delve into a… read more

Navigating Effective Dates in the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | December 1, 2023 | Firm News

Are you a veteran who served in the Blue Waters of Vietnam during the Vietnam War (i.e., within 12 nautical miles of the coast of Vietnam)? Understanding the effective dates of claims under the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act is crucial, especially if you previously filed a claim for a presumptive condition related to… read more

The Power of Newly Obtained Service Department Records

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | November 11, 2023 | Disability Compensation

Introduction Navigating the labyrinth of Veterans Affairs (VA) claims can be a grueling endeavor, especially when your initial claim gets denied. But what if you stumble upon new records related to your service that could make all the difference? The good news is, there’s a mechanism under the VA’s rules—specifically, 38 C.F.R. § 3.156(c)—that mandates… read more