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Exposed to Burn Pits? Get Disability Compensation for Three New Fast-Tracked Conditions

Burn pits have been described as the post-9/11 generation’s Agent Orange. During the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as much as 250 tons of trash a day were burned with jet fuel in huge pits the size of football fields, spewing toxic fumes and carcinogens into the air. Many veterans who worked and lived near toxic burn pits have gone on to develop cancer and respiratory diseases. Unfortunately, getting VA disability benefits for illnesses caused by burn pits has been an uphill battle for these vets. That looks to be changing. This month the VA created a fast-track to disability

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How Does the VA Determine My PTSD Disability Rating?

As every solider knows, you can’t go into battle alone. You need a reliable and dependable support team behind you. The same is true of veterans battling with PTSD. Having a compassionate, understanding PTSD recovery team can help the healing process along. But the road to recovery is not always easy. We know of veterans who’ve done all the “right” things. They’ve reached out to their people for help. Received a PTSD diagnosis from a doctor. Applied for disability benefits, had a VA medical evaluation–only to have the VA deny them benefits, or give them a rating lower than their

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June 23, 2021

Telehealth and online medical appointments, which skyrocketed during the pandemic, will remain a key part of veterans health care even after after the dangers posed by the pandemic have faded.

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May 27, 2021

VA plans to expand presumptive benefits for veterans who were exposed to airborne toxins while serving in the Gulf wars and in Afghanistan after 9/11, and later developed asthma, rhinitis, and sinusitis.

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