Battle for Veterans' Benefits: Taking on the VA
Leaving those we love to serve in our armed forces is hell. Attempting to receive compensation for inquiries incurred during military service need not be another hell to endure.Getting ready to separate or retire from active military service? Are you a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces? If so, this book is for you. Battle of the Benefits is for any veteran, from any era, who wishes to file a claim for benefits through the Veterans Administration (VA). While this book does not guarantee a monetary payment, it does provide answers on how to submit a successful claim. Written by and for veterans, this book offers real advice from others like you who have been down this road themselves.If you or someone you know are a veteran of any of the U.S. Armed Forces during World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Grenada, Bosnia, Gulf War, or Operation Iraqi Freedom or Operation Enduring Freedom, Battle for Benefits will become one of the most important books you have ever read. You deserve more than just thanks for your service. You deserve peace of mind.To all our fellow service men and women . . .Thank you.
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