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Veteran Disability Claims- Frequently Asked Questions



Have you or a loved one been injured while serving in the military? If you are a veteran that was injured from your service, you may qualify for compensation through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The claim process can be confusing. We have assembled a variety of questions that our Veteran Disability Attorneys receive […]

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What you should know when hiring a Veterans Disability Lawyer



If you are a Veteran who has fought for our country then you deserve the extensive medical and disability benefits that Congress has put in place. Unfortunately, sometimes this process can be time-consuming and frustrating. The Department of Veterans’ Affairs does not always see eye to eye with Veterans Disability Claims. That is why you […]

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Providence Personal Injury Attorney and Veterans Disability Attorney Helps Veterans during Legal Help Day for Veterans in Providence, Rhode Island.



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Sandra D. Fogell sandra@vupmedia.com 401.949.8000 Providence Personal Injury Attorney and Veterans Disability Attorney Helps Veterans during Legal Help Day for Veterans in Providence, Rhode Island. Providence, Rhode Island, January 19, 2018—Rob Levine & Associates will be participating in Legal Help Day for Veterans today. This will be held at […]

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Veteran Services



At Rob Levine and Associates, we work every day on behalf of those who have fought and sacrificed so much for our great country – our veterans. As a former member of the National Guard, Rob Levine has a special appreciation for the dedication, commitment, and bravery that our service men and women display in […]

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Veterans and National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2015



President Obama recently reminded the nation about equality and justice for those with disabilities in his proclamation. October is National Disability Employment Month. While many in the nation strive to rebound from the recession, it can be especially difficult for Veterans with disabilities to find work in addition to receiving compensation they are entitled to […]

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