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WHEN you Apply for DIC might Change HOW Much You Receive from the VA….
Veterans Benefits Attorney Chris Attig discusses legal “credibility” in the context of a claim for service-connection of a disease that resulted from a Military Sexual Trauma (MST).
Veterans Benefits Attorney Chris Attig outlines the basic requirements of the Presumption of Soundness and the Presumption of Aggravation.
Veteran Benefits Attorney provides an overview of disability compensation claims related to the contaminated water supply at Marine Corps base Camp Lejuene.
Veterans Benefits Attorney Chris Attig discusses a recent decision from the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC) regarding language that is more frequently appearing in VA Ratings Decisions.
Veterans Benefits Attorney Chris Attig tells Veterans about the VA 526EZ – a shortened application form for applying for disability compensation benefits.
Veterans’ Benefits Attorney Chris Attig discusses when a Veteran might use non-medical (lay) testimony to establish his or her medical diagnosis or continuity of symptomatology.
Veteran Benefit Attorney Chris Attig discusses the consequences of failing to appear for a VA C&P Examination during a Veteran’s claim for disability benefits for a service-connected disease or condition.