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What is VA Form 21-526EZ?

The VA Form 21-526EZ is an official application that veterans with service-related disabilities must submit to initiate a claim for VA disability benefits, providing crucial information about identification, claim details, service history, and legal representation to start the process of receiving compensation.

Blog Published on January 27, 2022

What is a Nexus Letter and why do you need one?

A Nexus letter is a document that establishes a connection between a veteran's current medical condition and their service-connected condition or military service, often provided by a qualified medical professional to support a VA disability claim.

Blog Published on January 12, 2022

What is a 100 Percent Disability Rating?

A 100 percent disability rating from the VA signifies complete disability due to a service-connected illness or injury, entitling veterans to maximum monthly compensation and additional benefits such as health care services, preventive care, dental coverage, and home renovation grants. Here’s how.

Blog Published on December 30, 2021

VA Claim Status Tutorial: How to Check the Status of Your Benefits

Discover the various methods, including online tracking, phone inquiries, and in-person visits, to check the status of your VA disability claim or appeal, and consider seeking assistance from Veterans Guardian, a consulting firm dedicated to helping veterans navigate the complexities of the claims process and achieve the benefits they rightfully deserve.

Blog Published on December 16, 2021

What You Need to Know About VA Form 21-4138

The VA has updated the VA Form 21-4138 to improve the process of receiving disability benefits. This form is now replaced with five new forms that help veterans communicate their requests to the VA more effectively. Veterans Guardian, a consulting firm, can assist veterans in navigating this process to ensure they receive the benefits they are eligible for.

Blog Published on December 03, 2021