Cash, health care, dental care, pharmacy services, life insurance, and burial benefits are available for eligible veterans and their dependants. Those veterans partially or totally disabled through injury or disease incurred during active training or active duty may be entitled to monthly compensation benefits.
Eligibility for benefits is contingent on individual circumstances, depending on the level rating of disability and the time frame in which the veteran was in active duty. Benefits are only available to veterans which were honorably or medically discharged.
You may be eligible for VA benefits if you are:
- a veteran
- a veteran’s dependant
- a surviving spouse, child or parent of deceased veteran
- an active duty military service member
- a member of the Reserve or National Guard
In addition to Pensions, other benefits we frequently are able to utilize are:
- Aid and attendance
- House bound benefits In order to qualify for these benefits, certain eligibility requirements must be met.
First, the veteran must have not received a dishonorable discharge. Next, the veteran must have served at least 90 consecutive days. One of the days within the 90 days must have been during a time for war. Third, the veteran must have limited income and net worth. VA planning can help most individuals fall within the income and net worth eligibility requirements. Last, the veteran must meet the requirements regarding levels of disability. The level of disability needed is specific to each pension and/or benefit.
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