Sunday, February 3, 2013

Exam no longer needed for some disabled vets

Army Times, 31 January 2013
“A small step was taken Thursday to ease the process of receiving veterans’ disability compensation. In a modest change that could end up helping up to 40 percent of disability claimants, the Veterans Affairs Department is eliminating the need for an in-person medical examination if there is enough evidence of a service-connected disability in a veteran’s files or available over the phone.”
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