As a veteran of the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines, and Space Force, service personnel are entitled to an array of benefits depending on their VA rating. However, navigating the avenues to obtain those benefits is daunting. VeteransGuide.org offers assistance in obtaining those benefits relieving the stress.
The advocacy’s mission is to assist veterans in obtaining proper disability compensation, financial assistance, and information on the GI Bill. A calculator is on the site to help veterans calculate their benefits. Veterans and their families also will find helpful resources and access to counselors and legal professionals on the site.
A veteran is defined by Title 38 of the Code of Federal Regulations as someone who served in active military, naval, or air service and was discharged or released under conditions other than dishonorable. The individual qualifies if they served during peacetime or war. There is no specific requirement on time served or where they served.
Benefits awarded differ according to how individuals qualify as a veteran and their level of disability as a result of service. In addition, active duty service members differ from reservists and the National Guard. Much is dependent on whether or not members were deployed and how many years they served in a full-time capacity. These are all factors that Veterans Guide will assist veterans with when considering benefits.
Veterans Guide.org initiative was founded by the Disability Advocate Group, LLC. For more information, please go their site. Compensation due to you is only one contact away.
(This post was written on request of Veterans Guide.)
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