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Video Description

We noticed helping so many veterans that many do not take full advantage of the additional monthly compensation that the VA pay tables show. An example is a child. A veteran might have a dependent child. If they’re rated in that 30% or more, you get paid more money for dependents. The money ranges depending on your overall rating. With a 30% overall rating, you get paid about $50 extra a month for a child, all the way up to $120 extra a month for a hundred percent overall rating. Spouses, if you’re married, you get up to $177 more at a hundred percent overall rating if you’re married. You can see that if you have a couple of children and you’re married, you’ve been missing out on hundreds of extra dollars a month. I hope you’ll let us review your disabilities and your case. And let us see if there’s medical evidence that can support an increase for you or a secondary condition. You have nothing to lose. We review your case for free. If we can’t help you increase your ratings, you don’t pay us anything. We review many cases a day, and there are some veterans we cannot help. But many veterans are leaving money on the table, missing out on valuable monthly compensation that they could be getting for their disabilities.

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