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Rally Point Apparel Patriotic Shirt

Rally Point Apparel Patriotic Shirt

The biggest reason you need a Rally Point Apparel military shirt is that our shirts show off your patriotism and love for your country. At Rally Point Apparel we use eye popping designs to bring awareness to veterans’ issues. So, when you buy a Rally Point Apparel Shirt you are not just buying a regular patriotic shirt. We donate a portion of every sale to help homeless veterans. There are so many struggles veterans face in their everyday lives. Many veterans have trouble integrating back into normal civilian society. I am a veteran and proud owner here at Rally Point...


Veteran Temporary Individual Unemployability

Veteran Temporary Individual Unemployability

TDIU is a disability benefit that allows for veterans to be compensated at VA’s 100% disability rating, even if their combined rating does not equal 100%.  This is an alternative way to receive the max benefits.  TDIU is awarded in circumstances in which veterans are unable to secure and maintain gainful employment as a result of their service-connected conditions. In order to qualify for TDIU a veteran must have: One service-connected condition rated at 70 percent or higher; or, Two or more service-connected conditions, one of which is rated at 40 percent or higher, with a combined rating of 70...


VA Compensation and Pension Exams

VA Compensation and Pension Exams

VA Compensation and Pension Exams   Nothing is more frustrating than going to VA compensation and pension exam (C&P Exam) and getting the report back that concludes the disability is not service connected. The bad thing is that most VA decisions for service-connected disability is based on these C&P exam reports. I have been to several C&P exams in my tenure as a veteran. I recall walking out of some C&P exams thinking I am about to get screwed by the VA. Many veterans have the same feeling as I’ve had after attending VA C&P exams. A veteran goes to...


Do I need to use an Attorney, VSO, or represent myself with a VA Disability Claim?

Do I need to use an Attorney, VSO, or represent myself with a VA Disability Claim?

A serious question to ask yourself when filing a VA disability claim or appeal is…Do I need an attorney to help me with my VA disability claim? I struggled with the same question. Would I be better off as a veteran representing myself? Maybe I should use a Veterans’ Service Officer (VSO) to help me. Let’s jump into the pros and cons of each of these options. Using an Attorney for VA Disability Claims: Pros: The first and obvious advantage for a veteran using an attorney when filing a VA Disability Claim is that the veteran doesn’t have to file...


Jacked up VA Math!

Jacked up VA Math!

Why does 10 plus 10 not equal 20? If you are like me and are a Veteran with multiple disabilities this is something you probably have asked yourself. I logged onto my Ebenifits account one day to notice that I was rated a 10% disability rating for migraines related to the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) I received on my second deployment. I was so excited! I did what I thought was a simple math equation and came up with how much back pay I was going to receive from the VA. I did my figuring and by my calculations the...

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