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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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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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Understanding your Veteran Administration (VA) Appeals Process



You are a Veteran who applied for VA Disability Benefits. You got your decision back from the VA Office and it was either denied or not what you expected, now what? If you are dissatisfied with your initial claim outcome, then you have the right to dispute the decision. This is done through the VA […]

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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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ARE YOU AN INJURED VETERAN? YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO DISABILITY BENEFITS



If you are a veteran with a service-related disability you may  be qualified for monthly disability benefits. These benefits are paid to veterans who have injuries or diseases that occurred while on active duty, or became worse by active military service. It is also paid to certain veterans disabled from VA health care. These benefits are tax-free. Am I […]

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