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How We Help You Through the Claims Process

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Our Claims Agents Promise to Serve You as Honorably as You Served Your Country Government benefits for military veterans have been around since Abraham Lincoln was president, but veterans still encounter problems getting the VA benefits they deserve. The government system can be complicated. It's full of red tape, and the wait times often seem too long for people who are struggling to make ends meet. At The Rep For Vets, our VA-accredited claims agents help veterans beat the red tape. You see, our claims agents don't like to see vets get pushed around. We refuse to forget what you've given to...

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Can I Collect VA Disability Benefits and SSD?

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You May Be Eligible to Collect Additional Disability Benefits Disabled veterans often have more options than they think. Besides veterans disability compensation, you may also be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. It's important to keep an open mind. Sometimes a government program you never considered provides the additional support you and your family need. One of the advantages of working with the VA-accredited claims agents at The Rep For VetsĀ® is that they always keep an eye out for a veteran's best interests. When a claims agent handles your claim, you can be sure that all the angels are covered. What...

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What Are VA Benefits, and How Do I Get Them?

Veterans helping veterans get the benefits they deserve

Veterans who served in the active military and received an honorable or general discharge are entitled to monthly, non-taxable benefits if they are disabled in the service of their country. Sometimes these benefits are called "service-connected benefits" and sometimes they're called "disability compensation." The disabilities can range from orthopedic injuries to hearing problems, arthritis and cancer. The amount of compensation depends on a few different things, like the type of disability and the number of dependents (your children or spouse) in your family. There is a very broad range of possibilities. If you are a vet with a 100 percent service-related...

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