Episode 9: Court Rules VA Must Pay Retroactive Benefits to Blue Water Navy Veterans
Blue Water Navy Veterans, a group of veterans who served offshore during the Vietnam War, have long struggled with VA to receive the benefits to which they are entitled. However, as a result of the Nehmer case, a recent decision out of Northern California is changing the way VA deals with these veterans’ claims. Tune in as the CCK team explains how Blue Water Navy Veteran are classified and why this decision is so important. We will address questions and offer advice to veterans surrounding presumption of exposure claims, VA re-adjudication of previously filed claims, and the impact it could have on both veterans and their families.
- 1151 Claims – What They Are and How to File
- CCK Uncovers Memo Used By VA To Wrongly Deny Claims Of Thailand Veterans
- Blue Water Navy Update: Federal Circuit Order in Procopio v. Wilkie
- Neurobehavioral Effects of Camp Lejeune Contaminated Water Exposure
- Seat Belt Laws and Personal Injury Claims in Rhode Island
- Getting Veterans (VA) Disability for Toxic Water at Camp Lejeune
- What is the Process in a Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC) or Veterans Court Appeal?
- How Many Options Are There to Appeal a Disability Claims Decision in RAMP?
- What is a Decision Review Officer (DRO)?
- BREAKING NEWS: Court Rules Blue Water Navy Veterans Should Be Eligible for Agent Orange Presumption
- How VA Will Process Blue Water Navy Veterans’ Claims – Video
- Legislation Update: Blue Water Veterans
- PTSD Claims and Ratings
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Claims at the VA – Video
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