The Department of Veterans Affairs estimates they will receive more than $2.2 billion in claims over the next five years from those exposed to the contaminated water.
The DEA program allows family members of service members with 100 percent service-connected disabilities or troops killed in action to obtain education and training compensation.
South Carolina personal injury attorney George Sink is now a member of the National Organization of Veterans’ Advocates, Inc.
Veterans can reapply for veterans disability benefits after being denied! Learn more on our latest blog!
The VA has been shortchanging veterans by denying their claims for reimbursement for emergency healthcare expenses outside of the VA system.
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Learn about your options in regard to unemployability ratings from the VA.
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Virginia has declared an end to veteran homelessness. Read more on George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers’ blog.
George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers wishes everyone a Happy Veterans Day. Find deals available to vets throughout South Carolina.
Veterans disability lawyers at George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers discuss longer VA wait times following the VA scandal.
In many cases, the VA has denied Agent Orange claims filed by former military members, stating that these veterans did not put “boots on the ground” in Vietnam.
South Carolina lawmakers have passed a bill to provide in-state tuition to military veterans as soon as they become state residents. Read more on George Sink’s blog.
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