Veterans with a service-related disability may qualify for over $3,300 in monthly benefits.
Disability compensation is paid to veterans disabled by an injury or illness that was incurred or aggravated during active du...
Disabled veterans have numerous options to choose from in terms of VA compensation.
The current VA compensation rates for veterans with a disability rating 10 percent or higher.
Applying for VA disability benefits can be daunting, here are a few tips and tricks that can make it easier, and speed things...
Concurrent Retirement and Disability Pay is a program that allows some to receive retired pay and VA disability compensation.
Aid and Attendance and Housebound benefits help with paying for in–home care, assisted living, or a nursing home.
The Pre-Discharge Program is a VA/DOD program that lets you file a disability claim up to 180 days before discharge.
The Benefits Delivery at Discharge Program can greatly shorten your wait time for VA disability benefits.
Parents' DIC is an income-based benefit for the parents, or parent, of a military service member or veteran who has died.
VA pays additional compensation to veterans who incurred the loss or loss of use of specific organs or extremities.
The Quick Start program was terminated on October 1, 2017