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The Department of Veteran's Affairs is required to provide eligible veterans with monthly benefits for disability, medical care, and pension.  One example of available benefits is VA Aid and Attendance.  VA Aid and Attendance is a "special monthly pension" available to wartime veterans or surviving spouses of wartime veterans. Aid and Attendance is not actually a stand-alone benefit. Rather, it is an additional allowance that a veteran or surviving spouse who is already entitled to certain VA pension benefits (because of his or her wartime service and non-service-connected disability) may additionally be entitled to upon meeting certain medical and financial requirements. Aid and Attendance differs from compensation, which is available to all veterans who suffer from a service-connected disability.

If you are a military veteran, contact the Law Offices of Charles P. KinCannon today to discuss what benefits you and your family may qualify for.
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