Marshall McDonald – Successfully Helping Veterans Receive Their Fair Share with Veterans Benefits

Marshall McDonald is a Florida bar certified elder law attorney and a certified public accountant. He is accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs for preparing, presenting, and defending veteran benefit claims. The VA disability pension program provides supplemental income to wartime veteran families that are finding it difficult to cope with financial challenges due to a limited income. Wartime veterans who are 65 years old, have a limited source of income, and suffer from a partial or total disability, qualify to make an application under VA disability pension. Additional benefits are available to those who are housebound due to serious disabilities based on the required aid and attendance they need.

The Widow and dependent children of a deceased wartime veteran may also qualify to avail the benefits of a death pension.

Effective Federal Benefits for Veterans

Single Veteran $1733/month
Veteran with Spouse/Dependent $2054/month
Two Veterans Married to each other $2676/month
Surviving Spouse $1114/month
Surviving Spouse with one dependent $1328/month

Know Your VA Benefits And Make Sure That You Are Not Missing Out On Them

Those who have served in the military at the time of war and received debilitating injuries during the course deserve much more than admiration and condolences. VA benefits are a potential source of funds which can help wartime veterans offset the expensive medical care, assisted living bills and disability costs. Many of us often fail to avail the benefits that are meant for us just because we do not have the knowledge. Know the benefits you are entitled to receive and apply for them.

VA Disability Pension
Wartime veterans who are 65 years of age or above, have a limited income and suffer from partially or total disability are entitled to receive a disability pension.

VA Disability Compensation
Wartime veterans who suffered severe injuries during active military service or received injuries that resulted in disability or disease qualify to avail the VA disability compensation.

The survivors of wartime veterans are also eligible to receive the VA Dependents Compensation. This compensation is payable to the dependents of those veterans who died on duty or owing to a disability or disease that resulted from their duty. Other benefits include VA Death Pension and VA Parents Pension apart from burial expenses. Get in touch with us to know if you qualify for any of the above-mentioned benefits. We will provide you with complete pre-filing consultation and determine the required steps to file a claim.