A Letter to Congress About VA Healthcare On the Eve of a Government Shutdown

The following letter was sent to all members of Congress on the morning of January 19, 2018, as Congress decides whether to pass a Continuing Resolution or to allow for a government shutdown.  If you are having trouble viewing the letter, you can view it in PDF Format here: Government Shutdown Letter to Congress

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Investigation Into VA’s Response to Cancelled Surgeries At DC VA Medical Center

During Veteran’s Day Weekend 2017, the Washington, D.C. VA Medical Center reportedly cancelled at least nine surgeries as a result of concerns over the safety and sanitation of some surgical equipment. Although VA claims no patients were harmed, some Veterans that obtain healthcare from the DC VA Medical Center are concerned that VA has not […]

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Veteran Esquire Legal Solutions Files Freedom of Information Act Requests for VHA Clinical Appeals Information

On November 30, 2017, Veteran Esquire Legal Solutions, PLLC, filed four Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests to the Veterans Health Administration (VHA). The requests were filed to obtain critical information regarding the VHA Clinical Appeals Process. The requests were filed to help Veterans and Veterans Advocates learn more about the process of appealing clinical […]

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Obtaining VA benefits With an Other Than Honorable Discharge

It is not impossible for veterans with an Other Than Honorable discharge (“OTH discharge”) to obtain VA benefits. There are many misconceptions about the availability of VA benefits for veterans with OTH discharges. Regardless of misconceptions, these Veterans often face tremendous difficulties in obtaining government benefits. However, under the right circumstances, Veterans with an Other […]

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