VA Disability Claim is the first and only comprehensive book that details the necessary steps to prepare, file, maintain, and win a VA disability claim or appeal. It is geared toward both simple and complex issues, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and military sexual trauma (MST) cases. The PDF eBook is available directly from the publisher, Adagio Press, and from GooglePlay and GoogleBooks. The book contains prominently numbered steps, much like the Betty Crocker method of cake baking, to prepare and file a claim, and also detailed information about the entire appeals process. There are also many helpful suggestions about how to navigate the treacherous VA system and avoid its pitfalls. VA Disability Claim pulls no punches when discussing Veterans Service Organizations (VSOs), the cozy silent partners the VA uses to mislead and defraud veterans in claims and appeals for healthcare and benefits. The information contained in VA Disability Claim about VSOs is explosive, and suggests solutions active-duty servicemembers and veterans can use to steer clear of these deceptive and damaging practices. VA Disability Claim includes excerpts from Senator Tom Coburn's detailed oversight report, Friendly Fire: Death, Delay and Dismay at the VA. The damning 119-page account reveals how the VA mismanages its patients, neglects and abuses veterans at all levels of the healthcare process, refuses to acknowledge any accountability, rewards vindictive and abusive executives with huge bonuses, wastes billions of dollars, and kills hundreds of veterans and their family members each year, all without as much as a slap on the wrist by the US government. The report is a must-read for all servicemembers and veterans. The References chapter contains 100 helpful books, reports, manuals, articles and blogs, plus useful contacts to aid servicemembers and veterans in their own research. VADisabilityClaimBook.com lists all these resources in digital format for easy retrieval and use, plus features articles on VA current affairs and additional helpful materials like Senator Coburn's report. It also has the PDF eBook version of VA Disability Claim for those who wish to read it on computers, laptops, smartphones and reading devices. Before VA Disability Claim, there were only two others that dealt directly with how to file a VA disability claim, both by John D. Roche: Claim Denied! and The Veteran's Survival Guide: How to File and Collect on VA Claims, Second Edition. Sadly, Mr. Roche's information is now at least eight years old and will never be updated, due to his death in 2012. VA Disability Claim is a superior asset in assisting active-duty personnel and veterans in preparing and filing disability benefits and appeals, and should be studied carefully and used wisely.The book contains prominently numbered steps, much like the Betty Crocker method of cake baking, to prepare and file a claim, and also detailed information about the entire appeals process.
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|Publisher||:||Adagio Press - 2014-08-01|