After years of waiting, veterans who were exposed to contaminated water while at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina may now be eligible to receive veterans’ disability benefits.
The Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) has updated is regulations for presumptive… Read More
Those who served in the armed forces and suffered an injury, whether physical or mental, may be eligible to receive veterans’ disability benefits to help make up for lost working time or other expenses associated with your condition.
In… Read More
Federal scientists have identified a possible association between contaminants in the polluted water at Camp Lejeune and male breast cancer. Compared to other military bases, a recent study noted an accelerated rate of male breast cancer among those living… Read More
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has announced it is expanding how claims for Camp Lejeune chemical exposure are reviewed. An estimated 20,000 veterans living in Florida are among those affected by the camps contaminated water.Were you or someone… Read More
Shocking numbers of active duty military members have recently reported being sexually assaulted by superior officers. These numbers have increased from 19,000 reported cases in 2010, to a striking 26,000 cases in 2012. In addition, these cases are being… Read More
A veteran is generally defined as someone that has served our country in the U.S. Armed Forces on active duty and was released under honorable conditions. For their sacrifices, veterans are provided a variety of benefits from the United States Government… Read More
Veterans Day is a time where the entire country can unite in appreciation for the service and sacrifice that all members of the U.S. armed forces have provided. In observance of Veterans Day 2012, the U.S. government wanted to make it clear that they… Read More
Thousands of documents have recently been released regarding water contamination at Camp Lejeune, a Marine base in North Carolina. These documents add to the evidence that the military had prior knowledge of the contaminated tap water that was blamed… Read More
On November 11, 1918, President Wilson proclaimed the day Armistice Day (what we now call Veterans Day) in honor of the one year anniversary of the cease fire of WWI. According to United States Department of Veterans Affairs, President Wilson said the… Read More