Are VA Backlogs Slowing Your Claim Success?

Posted on: 19 June 2015

The Department of Veterans Affairs (known to many as the VA) is designed to assist veterans with transitioning to civilian life. One of the most popular forms of assistance is the disability compensation package, which includes disability payments and medical assistance. Unfortunately, since the system is designed to combat fraudulent claims and handles a growing population of veterans, there have been many delays that can slow down the claims process. Whether you're waiting on a decision or appointments to assist your claim, consider a few traits of the VA system that could explain the delays and what to do next.
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3 Things Your Personal Injury Lawyer Wants You To Know

Posted on: 5 June 2015

If you've been in an accident and plan on seeking compensation from the responsible party (or his or her insurance company), then the first thing you'll want to do is hire a personal injury lawyer from a law firm like Arrington Schelin & Munsey PC to help you through every step of the way. Throughout your interactions with your lawyer, you're likely to receive all kinds of legal advice; in fact, it might get to be a little overwhelming.
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What You Should Know About Playground Accidents

Posted on: 25 May 2015

If your child was injured while playing in a playground, it can be hard knowing who to sue for their injuries. The following information gives you more insight into playground injuries and what you can do about them. Injuries Your Child Might Experience Before you start learning about potential lawsuits related to accidents, you should be aware of the common accidents that occur at playgrounds. Many accidents occur simply from playing, such as climbing, running, swinging, and sliding.
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How To Minimize The Effects Of Divorce On Your Credit Score

Posted on: 21 May 2015

There are many people who believe that getting divorced from their significant other will automatically eliminate the financial woes that occurred when the marital union was still legally effective. However, they couldn't be farther from the truth. Indeed, financial institutions, most specifically credit card firms, aren't interested in knowing that your marriage is ending since all they want is that someone settles the balances that have been contracted jointly. And until this is done, they will damage your credit score, even if you've officially parted ways with your ex years ago.
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