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Posted on: Friday, December 5, 2014

Dear Jim,

How much can be garnished from a VA disability check in the state of Illinois for 4 children? Is it a percentage or just the amount the VA allocates for the children that is added to the check?  Thank you for your time!

 

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Posted on: Thursday, December 4, 2014

Jim,

 

 Question for your expertise.

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Posted on: Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Hi Jim,

 

Currently my husband is rated 40% disabled.  He has 10% for sinus, 20% for a back injury, and 10% for a seizure.

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Posted on: Monday, December 1, 2014
I was award 100% disability for CLL (Temporary) I am currently in the process of having to go through Chemo treatments. Since CLL is a cancer that never goes away (can be in remission) but still considered there, what in your opinion would be the chances of getting my rating changed to permanent? more...
Posted on: Monday, November 10, 2014
I recently had a reexamination not 2 years after i was granted 100% which was a reexam after my initial C&P which rated me 70% IU. My rating is being proposed to be reduced back to 70% IU which isnt a problem my concern is my reexam was only 20 minutes and nothing actually changed except I started seeing a VA psychiatrist again about 7 months prior to my exam. more...
Posted on: Thursday, October 2, 2014
We thought this seemed odd. Though a Scheduler rating would be preferred, and for 2.5 years we thought that the PTSD and Depression would provide the means to that end. Could you tell me if this is normal, or sounds like the truth to you? Is there a chance that they will just rate him to 100%?more...
Posted on: Wednesday, September 24, 2014
He was at 60% prior to the cancer. The Dr. opted to remove the lobe of the lung that had the tumor. My friend's heart gave out while still in ICU a few days after the lung operation.more...
Posted on: Wednesday, September 24, 2014
When a Vet uses an outside Doctor or an emergency room for treatment and a much needed prescription needs to be filled ASAP, the VA hands you a letter informing the Vet of a wait time of 2 to 4 weeks to review the Doctors notes and determine if the VA will dispense the script. For those of us that use the VA for all of our prescribed medications, we are forced to pay what ever the cost is out of pocket. So, in light of the excessive wait times and the need for our meds today and not 2 to 4 weeks from now, we need to address this issue and correct this flaw.more...
Posted on: Tuesday, September 9, 2014

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