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VA Disability

Big Win For Veteran

By | VA Disability

When a local veteran first contacted Jeffrey Freedman Attorneys, PLLC in 2013, he had been struggling to live on $1,500/month for four years and fighting the Veterans Administration to prove he should be rated 100 percent disabled.  The anxiety caused by the challenges he was dealing with, combined with his…

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Aspen Dental and Veteran Care

By | VA Disability

On June 9, 2018, Aspen Dental is offering free dental care to up to 5,000 veterans from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM. This veterans event marks the dental company’s 5th annual Day of Service and its Healthy Mouth Movement.  The initiative is an effort to help veterans who, because of…

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VA Pensions Once Viewed as Government Handouts

By | VA Disability

The Department of Veterans Affairs provides health care, benefits, and burial services for nearly 10 million veterans each year. Veterans, even disabled ones, were not always viewed as returning heroes, and the United States struggled with how to deal with soldiers’ needs after combat.  For example, the Continental Congress pledged…

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Veterans Deserve Better Care

By | VA Disability

Each day, almost twenty United States military veterans kill themselves.  The veteran suicide rate is 22 percent higher than among civilians. One of the biggest challenges facing today’s veterans is how to integrate them back into the workforce and society after their service. Many veterans have been placed into the…

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Cannabis and the American Legion

By | VA Disability

The national commander of the American Legion, Denise Rohan, will testify before a joint House and Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs to discuss what President Trump and Congress can do to improve veterans’ benefits.  She has previously explained that replacements for the opioid epidemic must be found. This could include…

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VA Chief of Staff Stepping Down

By | VA Disability

Vivieca Wright Simpson, a 32-year veteran of the Department of Veterans Affairs, is stepping down after an inspector general investigation revealed that she doctored an email and misled ethics officials, the result of which was that the VA paid for Secretary David Shulkin’s wife to join him on a taxpayer-paid…

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