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Links 1 through 10 of 54 by Ilona Meagher tagged claims

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Last Monday, Rep. John Hall [D-NY], the chairman of the House Veterans’ Affairs subcommittee on disability assistance and memorial affairs, introduced important legislation that would give vets coping with PTSD easier access to their disability benefits and the treatment they need

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Just when you think that our beleaguered veterans can relax, that health care improvements are on the way or already there, the latest VA report (yes, another one) confirms we're merely treading water. While things are all a boil, again, this week, the veterans claims processing backlog (and everything that flows from it) has been a long-simmering problem.

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The U.S. Army intentionally denied benefits to soldiers suffering from a widespread stress disorder after they returned from service in Iraq and Afghanistan, a veterans advocacy group charges in a suit filed Wednesday.

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A federal judge presiding over an important veterans' healthcare rights case against the VA has accepted into evidence a controversial email suggesting fewer PTSD diagnoses be given to veterans coming in for care.

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If you are a veteran with either of these specific types of problems, diagnosed w/PTSD and having difficulty getting care or having a hard time getting your PTSD claim approved, then please send VCS a new email with your contact information in the next se

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The Senate moved Thursday to add $50 million to the fiscal 2009 Department of Veterans Affairs budget specifically to speed the processing of disability claims.

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Hearing damage is the No. 1 disability in the war on terror, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs, and some experts say the true toll could take decades to become clear. Nearly 70,000 of the more than 1.3 million troops who have served in the t

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