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Category: Veterans Disability Claims

Were You Affected by Toxic Exposure of the Burn Pits?

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

During the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, bases opened to house military members and were vast enough that they had to dispose of their own waste. As a result, burn pits were created and ignited with jet fuel to incinerate everything from human waste to industrial trash quickly. However, this method caused a toxic cloud of smoke to loom over the bases, which when combined with the sweltering heat in the middle east, created unbearable work conditions for the soldiers. Military personnel were assigned to the 119 burn pits that existed during these wars.  Immediate dangers to the assigned personnel included, […]

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Bad Paper Veterans Obtain New Benefits

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Each year, thousands of service members put their life on the line fighting for our country’s freedom. However, during that same year, 20,000 service members get discharged from the military with a “less than honorable” discharge, accounting for nearly 500,000 veterans total earning the title of having a “Bad Paper” discharge. This discharge type can cause these individuals to face obstacles when trying to navigate their new civilian life. These include trying to obtain employment, VA benefits, as well as social stigma that they committed a crime. In 2017, the Government Accountability Office found that 62% of service members who […]

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The War on Emergency Health Care Costs

Monday, November 19, 2018

A new class-action lawsuit against the Department of Veterans Affairs is currently underway as more than 700,000 veterans fight their eligibility for reimbursements of unpaid medical bills relating to emergency health care. The fight, which has been in the works for over eight years between VA and veteran advocates, is the first of its kind since a federal court ruling in August allowed veterans to file lawsuits against the department as a class, rather than individuals. The lawsuit, brought on after the VA executed a regulation rewrite, grants the VA ability to avoid reimbursement of all non-VA emergency health care […]

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Attorney Troy Rosasco Gets High Marks For His Online CLE Disability Claim Lecture

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Attorney Troy Rosasco, Partner at Turley, Redmond, Rosasco and Rosasco, has been consistently receiving 4 star ratings  from his online Continuing Legal Education (CLE) course, “Disability Insurance Claims Primer: The Plaintiff’s Perspective” through Lawline.com.  Mr. Rosasco has been a part of the CLE program since 2010 and is still receiving high marks for the content of his presentations nationwide. Mr. Rosasco has given other online courses through Lawline.com including the well received free course on 9/11 Victim Compensation Claims in which he has proudly donated his time in creating so that others can benefit from his experience and knowledge in the […]

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Monday, May 6, 2013

The confidentiality of any and all documents pertaining to your case are protected under Worker’s Compensation Law. Only certain parties(including employers, insurance companies and either sides’ lawyers) may access information pertinent to your claim without written consent or a court-order. Your claim may also be viewed by government agencies who are processing claims for benefits or investigating fraud. Health workers may also access certain parts of your claim as a means of determining their payment for any operations or procedures. These parties are prohibited from sharing any information contained in your personal documents. You may authorize another group or individual […]

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Veteran's Disability

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Over 45% of the 1.6 million veterans from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars are currently seeking VA compensation for service connected injuries and disabilities. Returning veterans may be eligible to receive numerous benefits pertaining to injuries sustained while in the service. Disability Compensation is a tax-free monetary benefit that may be received by Veterans who have been disabled as a result of an injury or illness that has been caused by or aggravated as a result of military service. Post-service disabilities may also be covered should they be deemed related to military service. Those suffering from physical as well as […]

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New York Disability and Compensation Lawyers Launch New Informational Video Channel

Sunday, February 27, 2011

The Law Firm of Turley, Redmond, Rosasco & Rosasco, LLP is proud to announce the launch of their own Internet Informational Disability and Compensation Claim Video Channel, in addition to their new You Tube Disability Law Channel. Our lawyers have produced 50 helpful videos covering topics such as Zadroga 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund Claims, New York Workers’ Compensation Fund Claims, Construction Site Accidents, Social Security Disability Claims, Long Term Disability Claims and New York Civil Service Disability Pensions.

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2011 from New York Disability Lawyers

Friday, December 24, 2010

For the attorneys at Turley, Redmond, Rosasco & Rosasco, this is what Christmas time is all about. In that spirit, we wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas and a Healthy New Year! May no injuries or disabilities visit your doorstep in 2011. For those struggling with injury or illness already, may 2011 bring you the a quick and complete recovery.

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