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How To Get 100% VA Disability

June 30, 2023
As a military service veteran with a service-connected disability, or a service-connected condition, you are entitled to the maximum amount of monthly disability benefits that you qualify for, up to a 100 percent or total disability rating. Qualifying for Total Disability Benefits You have multiple ways to qualify for a 100 percent disability rating....
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Stone Rose Law’s Response to the Washington Post Editorial Board

May 9, 2023
On April 3rd, 2023, the editorial board of the Washington Post published an opinion piece regarding veterans’ disability benefits. As one would typically expect, the piece is chock full of misrepresentations, misunderstandings, and downright insults to veterans who have incurred life-altering disabilities in service of our Nation. So, we here at Stone Rose Law,...
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Tips from a VA Accredited Attorney

May 9, 2023
How To Make Your New Claim More Likely To Succeed Typically, attorneys who are accredited by the VA – like the dedicated VA disability lawyers at Stone Rose Law – only get involved in a VA disability claim after it has been denied by the VA. Unlike other law firms, however, Stone Rose Law...
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VA Benefits For Spouses And Dependents Of Disabled Veterans

March 30, 2023
Many veterans are aware that because of their service they are entitled to a whole host of VA benefits such as healthcare, disability compensation, education benefits, VA backed home loans, and more. However, many veterans are unaware that their service also potentially opens up a slew of benefits for their children, dependent parents, and...
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Beware Of “CLAIMS CONSULTATION” Companies

March 30, 2023
In order for anyone to assist a veteran in the preparation, presentation, or prosecution of a claim or appeal for VA benefits, that individual or agency must be accredited by the Department of Veteran’s Affairs. In order to be accredited by the VA, an individual must either: Be a licensed attorney in good standing...
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