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Enlistment Waivers

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Enlistment Waivers: What an important consideration and there is a process for those with medical issues or misconduct. Hopefully this helps and contact the retired and stills serving Sergeants/ NCOs and retired Judge Advocates at our firm for a more in depth review of your goals. Recruiting and Enlistment Waivers for Medical and Misconduct… Read More »

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Eligibility for VA Benefits

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Eligibility for VA Benefits can be a challenging affair. If you are seeking assistance, the Sergeants, Human Resources-trained Sergeants and retired Judge Advocates can assist. Fill out one of our “contact us” forms and we will review your intake without charge and recommend the right lawyer for you or help you ourselves. If you… Read More »

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New VA Regulations on Character of Discharge and Eligibility

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Eligibility for VA Benefits can be a challenging affair.  If you are seeking assistance, the Sergeants, Human Resources-trained Sergeants and retired Judge Advocates can assist. Fill out one of our “contact us” forms and we will review your intake without charge and recommend the right lawyer for you or help you ourselves. If you… Read More »

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Enlistment into the military and relevant waivers

By Citizen Soldier Law |

ENLISTMENT WAIVERS – What an important consideration and there is a process for those with medical issues or misconduct.   Hopefully this helps and contact the retired and still-serving Sergeants/ NCOs and retired Judge Advocates at our firm for a more in depth review of your goals. Recruiting and Enlistment Waivers for Medical and Misconduct… Read More »

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Unfitting Conditions and Request for PEB to Amend the DA 199 Informal Rating Decision

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Based on our 35 year old client’s completion of Basic Training, despite her significant injuries, we submitted to the PEB in an informal reconsideration that the objective credible evidence clearly supported that her spinal cord injury caused her diagnoses of Spondylolisthesis and Spondylolysis, with the benefit of a civilian MRI.  These spinal cord defects… Read More »

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Grim Reaper is Undefeated

By Citizen Soldier Law |

In the case of the young lady who recently lost her veteran/claimant/spouse, she can recover his benefits and entitlement in what is known as an “accrued claim.”  She must be able to prove one year of marriage at the time of death, continuous cohabitation with the veteran during the marriage or analogous relationship and… Read More »

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Board of Nursing and Board of Pharmacy Licensing – NJ Board of Consumer Affairs – Drunk Driving and Other Arrests

By Citizen Soldier Law |

When you have an allegation of misconduct, it is typically advisable to notify the Board. Here is the consensus from a number of our colleagues in cases where they and we have represented licensees and where they have done so.  Nurses have similar reporting issues for DWI arrests and other criminal allegations, as other… Read More »

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Other Than Honorable Discharged Upgraded to Honorable!

By Citizen Soldier Law |

When stress piles up in a person’s life, it can often lead to uncharacteristic behavior.  Soldiers lead especially stressful lives and often experience mental health issues such as PTSD, depression and anxiety.  Left untreated, these issues can result in misconduct and a less than honorable discharge. The military Veterans at Citizen Soldier Law recently… Read More »

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A Resounding CRSC Victory!

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Citizen Soldier Law recently scored a resounding victory for an Airman who had been denied Combat Related Special Compensation (CRSC) for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) that was caused by multiple deployments to a war zone in support of the Global War on Terror.    Our Army Veteran-attorneys and Army Veteran HR paralegal succeeded in… Read More »

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Understanding CRSC and CRDP: Key Differences and Benefits

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Introduction As a retired military service member, you may be entitled to various benefits and compensation programs. Two common programs you might have heard of are CRSC (Combat-Related Special Compensation) and CRDP (Concurrent Retirement and Disability Pay). In this blog post, we will break down what CRSC and CRDP are, and highlight the key… Read More »

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