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We fight for the people who answered with honor and bravery when our country called. We proudly help veterans and their dependents in all 50 states and U.S. Territories obtain  maximum disability benefits. This is what we do, this is all we do, we are The Rep for Vets.

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How Does VA Backpay Work? A Simple Guide

If you are a veteran who was injured or disabled while serving our country, you may be entitled to retroactive benefits. These benefits are paid in a lump sum and can be used to help you cover the costs of your medical treatment and daily living expenses. In this article, we will explain how VA backpay works and how you can receive the benefits you deserve. Backlog = Backpay In the simplest sense, backpay is the amount you receive in retroactive pay due to the VA’s backlog. It’s no secret that the VA takes a long time to process disability

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2023 VA Pay Increase Is Biggest in 30 Years

Veterans receiving VA disability compensation are set to see their monthly VA pay increase by 8.7% in 2023. To put that in dollars, for every $1,000 a veteran currently receives in benefits payments, they will see an additional $87 in 2023. The average veteran receiving disability compensation from the VA would see their monthly disability payments increase by around $136. Spouses and family members receiving survivor benefits will see the same increase in their monthly payments. Here at the Rep for Vets, we have long felt that VA payments are not keeping up with the increasing cost of living. Before

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News Impacting Veterans benefits and health

Oct 29, 2022

DoD plans to provide leave and travel reimbursement for service members who need to travel out of state to perform an abortion. Military Times »

Oct 5, 2022

Supreme Court hears arguments in case concerning 100% disabled veteran seeking to collect decades’ worth of retroactive benefits from VA.

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Sept 28, 2022

VA begins expanding health care eligibility for burn pit sufferers and Vietnam-era veterans deployed beyond Vietnam mainland, per PACT Act.

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