Monthly Archives: June 2010

Veterans Affairs Wants To Be Advocate, Not Enemy

The Veterans Affairs Department’s disability claims process can be a nightmare to negotiate, and in my opinion is a real insult to the men and women who have been injured in serving our country. There may be some hope for … Continue reading

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New VA Disability Form Now Available on VA Web Site

The new veterans disability form I mentioned earlier has now been officially debuted by the VA. You can read the VA press release to get more details.

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New VA Disability Form Available

There is a new form available for filing VA disability (more properly called compensation) claims. The new form is only six pages, in contrast with the earlier 23-page form. I don’t think the new one is on the VA Web site … Continue reading

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Recognizing Symptoms of Dementia

The Brown family reunion has always been an event everyone looks forward to. Family visits, games, stories and everyone’s favorite foods are always on the agenda. On the top of the menu is Grandmas Lemon Coconut Cake. Grandma always makes … Continue reading

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Medicaid Fraud by Doctors and Nursing Homes

This story about doctors and nursing homes committing Medicaid fraud and abusing helpless patients involves facilities in Illinois. I hope the same thing isn’t happening in Texas. It’s really sad and disgusting. Here is the beginning of an article in … Continue reading

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