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Veterans Disability Benefits For Mental Health



National Military Appreciation Month is observed in May, which honors the present and former members of the United States Armed Forces, including those who have given their lives for our country. At Rob Levine & Associates, we are committed to honoring their sacrifice by helping veterans navigate the VA disability system and get the benefits […]

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What You Need to Service Connect Your VA Claim



Veterans have sacrificed so much in service to our country, so it is important to Rob Levine & Associates that we serve our veterans when they return. Even with the introduction of the Appeals Modernization Act (AMA), the VA disability claims process is still complex and discouraging for veterans who need benefits. The first step […]

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How Can a Veterans Disability Lawyer Help Me?



In recognition of the honorable sacrifices that veterans have made for our country, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has established several programs designed to help ease the transition from military to civilian life. For many veterans who served in the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, Navy, or National Guard/Reserves, their service has impacted […]

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What is Law 101?



Welcome to Law 101 with Rob Levine! Instructor: Attorney Rob Levine Class Meeting Day/Time: Mondays at 10 a.m. Course Description: We know that the legal system seems complicated, but Rob Levine & Associates simplifies it so you can get the compensation you deserve. We strive to be a resource by educating you about the basics […]

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Types of VA Disability Claims and When to File



Whether you are on active duty or a veteran, if you have a service-related disability you may qualify for disability benefits through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. You are eligible to file a claim for your disability up to 180 days before leaving the service. Some disabilities from your duty do not appear right […]

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