What is the Vet entitled, in regard to VA Benefits?
A typical scenario, a married Vietnam Vet, with children, exposed to Agent Orange, has heart and diabetes issues, complications with diabetes, has leg amputated, but has not requested any VA Benefits or help from the VA. What is the Vet entitled, in regard to VA Benefits?
The Vet may be rated 100%, if the amputation can be linked to the diabetes. Additionally, file for special monthly compensation due to the loss of a limb. If served in combat, the Vet maybe rated for PTSD. Also, if the diabetes is causing a heart condition, the Vet should pursue this..
As the Vet is married and, if dependent child or parent; if spouse requires A & A, these are additional claims. Also, if rated 100%, dependents are eligible for CHAMPVA.
If retired military, apply for Combat Related Special Compensation through the Department of Defense.
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