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JK - Vets HusbandAir Force 2002 - 2005Medically Discharged100% P&T - PTSD/MST 0% BulimiaSSDI Pending
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Here is what your looking for.38 CFR § 20.900(c) Hardship Claim look up that on Google and read the Code Federal Regulation on it.
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no there is no money......the vet was medicaly discharged but never recieved a PEB or MEB at discharge so has no rateing form the army and is waiting on the va claim to be approved to have a rateing. The disablities are effecting his employment possiblites as wellmazboy wrote:help05....here is a website that may help. http://www.va.gov/homeless/
but what you described may not be homeless since he lives with someone, be he probably would be considered at risk.... as for them having no money, i assume the person you are discussing is a disabled veteran with compensation, so there is money.
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dognut wrote:Is the VA 100% responsible for someone being late on bills? I think not. People don't realize that VA compensation should not be considered as their primary source of income to live on.
Jul 20 12 3:01 AM
dognut I dont recall anyone saying they should be 100 percent responsible for someones bills.........................however I will say that they should be 100 percent responsible for following the congresssional code set forth for them to compensate vets for service connected conditions as they told the vets they would do when the vets signed up ............thats simple contract law its funny how the va can drag claims out for years and years ..........but a grunt cant drag out when he shows up for formation.........and you cant drag out when you pay the IRS.........its all one sided................yes the va should be 100 percent responsible for paying when they are obligated by law (within a reasonable time) a soldier cant help it when they are hurt on the job .........and they should rightly be compesnated.......or they should be told they wont be when they sighn the linedognut wrote:Is the VA 100% responsible for someone being late on bills? I think not. People don't realize that VA compensation should not be considered as their primary source of income to live on.
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