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  • Veterans with ‘Bad Paper’ Can Obtain Emergency Mental Care Following July 5
    Starting the day after Independence Day 2017, veterans with other-than-honorable (OTH) administrative discharges from the military — or what is usually referred to as “bad paper” — can acquire emergency mental health care from a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs emergency room. It marks the first time a VA Secretary has executed a program focused … Continue reading Veterans with ‘Bad Paper’ Can ...
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  • The Impact of New Technology on Personal Injury Law
    We live in a world where technology is expanding at a phenomenal rate. Self-driving cars are on the horizon, hover-boards are all the rage, and many other gadgets and appliances are on the scene. The question then becomes, what impact will these new inventions have on personal injury law if they become dangerous? Self-Driving Cars … Continue reading The Impact of New Technology on Personal Injury ...
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  • Trump’s Budget Proposal May Have a Major Impact on Social Security
    Throughout his campaign, U.S. President Donald Trump claimed that his budget proposals would not result in dramatic cuts to Social Security. However, the latest budget release by Trump proves otherwise. The primary portion of his cuts will impact the disability element of Social Security. For 60 years, this particular area of Social Security has been … Continue reading Trump’s Budget Proposal May ...
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  • US Senators Want to Stop Garnishing of Social Security to Repay for Student Loans
    Several prominent senators want to stop the practice of the government using holding back retirement checks and social security disability checks to repay defaulted student loans. This is the second time they will attempt to put a stop to this. There was another bill introduced in 2015 that ultimately failed. The group includes well-known senators, … Continue reading US Senators Want to Stop Garni...
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  • A Guide to the Veterans Benefits Administration’s Education Programs
    Education programs for veterans are designed to help them transition back to education that they may have lost while serving, to aid veterans in getting post-secondary and higher education opportunities, to help with recruitment and retention for the military and to the Selected Reserve. Here are some of the education programs the VBA offers. Post-Vietnam … Continue reading A Guide to the Veterans...
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  • Trump’s Budget Director Revives a Controversial Initiative That May Impact Disability Recipients
    White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney acknowledged this week in a televised interview that President Trump’s budget plan includes cuts to both Social Security and Medicare. Trump had previously stated that his plan would protect Social Security and Medicaid. The proposed budget also includes massive cuts to regulatory agencies and massive increases in defense spending. … Continue reading Trump...
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  • Trump’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Pick Reveals his Thoughts on Social Security
    Rep. Mick Mulvaney, R-S.C., appeared before the United States Senate Committee on the Budget January 24 to explain – should he be confirmed as the director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) – how he will modify programs that guarantee Social Security benefits. In his statement, Mulvaney said that the OMB has failed … Continue reading Trump’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Pick Re...
  • About David Shulkin, Trump’s Selection for Secretary of Veterans Affairs
    On the 11th of January 2017, President-elect, Donald Trump, made the decision to appoint David Shulkin to the position of Secretary of Veterans affairs pending the Senate’s confirmation. Shulkin, who is from the private sector, is expected to earn an annual salary of $1.3 million (approximately $170 thousand per month) as a result of his … Continue reading About David Shulkin, Trump’s Selection fo...
  • Do I Qualify for a Personal Injury Settlement?
    Any accident that is the result of another’s reckless or negligent behavior provides ground for legal action on behalf of the affected party. This is especially true when it comes to the actions or inactions of another that have led to another experiencing injury. From the perspective of the law, if those accused would have … Continue reading Do I Qualify for a Personal Injury Settlement? The post...
  • U.S. Congress Passes Stripped-Down Veterans Reform Bill
    After tedious debates lasting several months and with most of the contentious provisions left out, United States lawmakers finally passed a veterans omnibus bill in the final hours of a Congress’ legislative session session last week. The draft destined for the president’s desk is basically a collection of the agreed upon items. It lacks accountability … Continue reading U.S. Congress Passes Strip...
  • What You Need to Know if You Were Stationed at Camp Lejeune
    By Maren Miller Bam, Attorney at Gustad Law Group Were you stationed at Camp Lejeune between 1953 and 1987? Have you considered applying for service-connected disability compensation? Well, you may be eligible for monthly compensation. Read all about what you need to konw if you were stationed at Camp Lejeune and have suffered from disability. … Continue reading What You Need to Know if You Were S...
  • List of Primary Hospitals In Seattle, Washington
    Here we have put together a list of primary hospitals in Seattle, Washington. This list is in alphabetical order. These institutions provide a range of medical, surgical and nursing care. List of Primary Hospitals in Seattle, Washington Seattle Children’s Hospital Formerly known as Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center, Seattle Children’s Hospital is located in … Continue reading List of...
  • SSDI Veterans Day Program Expedites Veterans Disability Insurance
    eHealth Exchange is a new program that allows access to electronic health records for veterans. As a result, the program accelerates processing of veterans’ Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claims. The agreement removed a long-standing rule that made the VA wait several months before shipping information to insurance agencies. Instead, the eHealth Exchange program allows … Continue read...
  • Social Security and SSI Benefits Will Increase by 0.3 Percent in 2017
    The United States Social Security Administration (SSA) has announced that the inflation index it employs to establish cost-of-living adjustments (COLA) has escalated during the past 12 months. Therefore, Social Security and SSI benefits will increase by 0.3 percent in 2017. But how is the Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) established and how does it work? How is … Continue reading Social Security a...
  • U.S. Secretary of Defense Suspends Collection from National Guard Members Instructed to Pay Back Financial Bonuses
    United States Secretary of Defense Ashton B. Carter said today that he has directed the Pentagon to halt its collection of payments from California Army National Guard soldiers who were instructed to repay their enlistment bonuses. U.S. Secretary of Defense Suspends Collection from National Guard Members Instructed to Pay Back Financial Bonuses Carter revealed steps … Continue reading U.S. Secreta...
  • Social Security Checks Expected to Increase in 2017
    Checks for 66 million beneficiaries will rise between 0.2 percent to 0.5 percent in 2017. That will result in an average retiree to experience an increase of $2.61 to $6.53 per month. Find out why Social Security checks expected to increase in 2017 is causing a stir among new reports from the American Institute for … Continue reading Social Security Checks Expected to Increase in 2017 The post Soc...
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  • Securing Social Disability as a Smoker, Drug User or Inmate
    Social Security Disability for smokers, drinkers, drug users, and current or former prisoners is a sensitive subject. Many smokers and regular alcohol users assume that due to their lifestyle, their benefits will be denied. Many Social Security applicants smoke. Smoking will not necessarily disqualify you. However, suffering from a condition caused smoking – such as … Continue reading Securing Soc...
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