Most Recent Blog Posts
GAO Issues Report analyzing the value of the VA’s DRO Process.
VA Disability Benefits Attorney Chris Attig discusses a GAO report on the Decision Review Officer (DRO) review process available to Veterans whose benefits claims have been denied by a VA Regional Office.
Agent Orange on Okinawa during the Vietnam War.
Veterans Disability Benefits Attorney Chris Attig adds a link and brief discussion about Agent Orange exposure claims for Vietnam-era Veterans who served on Okinawa during the Vietnam war.
Statistics on the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
Veterans Disability Benefits Attorney Chris Attig discusses Statistics from the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC) for FY 2010.
Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and Vietnam Veterans
Attorney Chris Attig, accredited by the VA to handle Veterans disability compensation claims, discusses multiple ways that Vietnam veterans can service-connect a diagnosis of non-Hodgkins lymphoma.
Agent Orange Update – Navy Ships with “Brown Water” Service
The VA releases an updated list of ships that were exposed to Agent Orange during Vietnam, while conducting “Brown Water” operations during the Vietnam War.
When should a Survivor Apply for DIC?
WHEN you Apply for DIC might Change HOW Much You Receive from the VA….
Military Sexual Trauma and Credibility, Part 2
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).
The Presumption of Soundness and the Presumption of Aggravation: What’s the Difference?
Veterans Benefits Attorney Chris Attig outlines the basic requirements of the Presumption of Soundness and the Presumption of Aggravation.