Most Recent Blog Posts
NEWS FLASH: VA figures out they can’t apply laws before they were passed.
Veterans Disability Attorney Chris Attig discusses the recent opinion of the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC) in Cline v. Shinseki.
Veteran exposed to Agent Orange in Thailand wins service-connection.
Attorney Chris Attig discusses his Firm’s recent success on behalf of a Vietnam-era Veteran who was exposed to Agent Orange while serving in Thailand.
A Worthy Cause: The Navy Seal Foundation.
Veterans Benefits Attorney Chris Attig discusses the Navy Seal Foundation, a charitable foundation that is committed to supporting those in the Navy Seal community and their families.
CAVC lashes out at VA: “Again, you failed to follow the law.”
Veterans Disability Attorney Chris Attig discusses a recent decision of Court of Appeals clarifying the application of the “presumption of soundness”.
Great news for Vietnam Veterans with peripheral neuropathy.
Veterans Disability Attorney Chris Attig discusses an upcoming favorable change to the VA’s regulations for Vietnam Veterans who suffer from acute or sub-acute peripheral neuropathy.
Library of Congress Veterans History Project coming to Dallas on April 21, 2012.
Veterans Oral History Project coming to Dallas Texas on April 21, 2012.
All talk and no action: Congress hears testimony on VA “Frauduciary” Program.
Veterans Disability Attorney Chris Attig discusses February 2012 Congressional testimony about the flawed VA Fiduciary Program for certain disabled veterans.
Court of Appeals holding in Quattlebaum is a great decision for Veteran’s survivors.
Veterans attorney Chris Attig breaks down a recent CAVC decision affecting “Accrued Benefits” claims into a simple and easy to understand explanation.