Aid & Attendance Compensation – A Good Chance You Can Qualify
You may be wondering if you or your spouse will qualify. To receive benefits the main general requirements are that you served a minimum of 90 days of active service in the US military, at least one of those days was during war time and finally that your discharge from the service was not a dishonorable discharge.
Aid & Attendance Compensation – The Level of Compensation You Can Expect
The following is a list of the 2018 maximum VA Aid & Attendance payments:
Veteran Married to Veteran $2,903.00 per Month
Married Veteran $2,169.00 per Month
Single Veteran $1,830.00 per Month
Surviving Spouse $1,176.00 per Month
It is important for you to know while there is no set asset limitation to be eligible however, generally speaking an applicant with assets in excess of $80,000 would not be eligible for this benefit. The asset limit would not include your home, automobile, personal property, funeral service contracts.
In order to receive the maximum monthly Aid & Attendance payments from the VA the veteran’s “unreimbursed medical expenses” must approximately equal or exceed the veteran’s monthly income. The cost of an assisted living facility is generally treated as an unreimbursed medical expense. Call us now to discuss your concerns about meeting the limits and let an accredited VA attorney help you figure it out.
How We Work For You To Get Your Aid & Attendance Compensation:
We begin our relationship by a detailed interview process where we listen to you. We learn about what happened to you and your current circumstances. We want to know about your physical, emotional and mental situation. Based on your experience and story we can determine if we can make a difference for you or not.
We develop a personal relationship with each veteran we serve and will run the gauntlet of red tape for you. We may even be able to help you get benefits if you have already been denied benefits as well as obtain retroactive payments for you for the time you were denied benefits. Helping military veterans and their spouses obtain the VA benefits they are entitled to is very personal to us as well as a sworn helping professional’s duty.
Call today for a free telephone consultation with Attorney Frazier. We will listen to you and let you know if we think we can make a difference for you given your unique situation and if you should engage a lawyer or not.
The first step to receiving help from an accredited VA attorney and getting on the way to your Florida veteran’s benefits is to call our office to schedule your free telephone initial consultation with Attorney Frazier at:
After 5PM: 813-431-3193