How Veterans With Disabilities Can Claim All the Benefits They Earned

Many veterans with disabilities who are unable to work are missing out on key disability benefits that could reshape their economic stability following active duty.

A military veteran opens his arms to a child running toward him.
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While the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has announced progress with hiring initiatives to provide disability benefits and services, many of our nation’s heroes are facing health challenges, both visible and invisible.

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Brett Buchanan
VA-Accredited Claims Agent, Allsup

Brett Buchanan, a veteran of the U.S. Army, is a VA-accredited claims agent at Allsup and guides veterans through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ disability appeals process.