Integrity & Dedication

Jessica A. Levy
         VA-Accredited Attorney

Several benefits are available to veterans, their spouses, and their dependent children. Contact a
VSO in your area to find out if you may be eligible for benefits. Some of the benefits available to
veterans and their families include:
*  Non-Service Connected Pension
                    *  Service-Connected Compensation
                    *  VA Healthcare
                    *  Non-Service Connected Pension - Aid & Attendance Benefits
                    *  Non-Service Connected Pension - Housebound Benefits
  • Appeals:  If you applied for veteran's benefits, and received an adverse
    decision, then you have the right to appeal that decision. The first step is
    to file a Notice of Disagreement (NOD).  Veterans may hire a private
    attorney to represent them with their appeal.   

  • Surviving Spouses, Children and Parents: Some of the benefits available include:
                 *  Compensation (disability based)
                     *  Pension (needs based)
                     *  Dependency and Indemnity Compensation
                     *  Aid & Attendance or Housebound Benefits

  • Uniformed Services Employment & Re-Employment Rights Act of 1994:
             The main purpose of the USERRA is to restore employees who engage in
             military service to the same level of seniority, status, pay and benefits that
             would have accrued, but for the military service.