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Little Rock VA to host virtual claims clinic September 23

Little Rock VA Regional Office Hosts Next

Virtual Claims Clinic for Arkansas Veterans on September 23

Call 501-370-3829 to make an appointment to speak one-on-one with a VA benefits representative.

 

WHAT:   Virtual Claims Clinic for Arkansas Veterans

 

WHO:     During the upcoming Virtual Claims Clinic, Veterans may speak to staff of the Little Rock VA Regional Office who are ready to assist them with specific questions regarding VA benefits claims.

 

WHEN:   Thursday, September 23, 4 – 6 p.m.

 

HOW:     To schedule a timeslot, Veterans are asked to call 501-370-3829 by COB, September 22, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.

 

BACKGROUND:  

“Even though we have all been affected by the pandemic, we still have a mission to serve the Veterans in the state of Arkansas,” said Little Rock VA Regional Office Executive Director Sammie Quillin. “It is our responsibility to provide these services to our Veterans who answered the call of our nation and protected the freedom of our country.”

VA Regional Offices provide financial and other forms of assistance to veterans and their dependents. This includes disability compensation, survivor’s benefits, pension and fiduciary service, education and training, vocational rehabilitation and employment assistance, life insurance coverage, and home loans guaranties.

VA recently added three presumptive disability conditions related to toxic exposure: asthma, rhinitis, and sinusitis. Military service members may have been exposed to a variety of airborne hazards or contaminants resulting in one or more of these presumptive conditions and potentially other related medical conditions while on active duty in Afghanistan, Djibouti, Syria, and Uzbekistan during the Persian Gulf War from September 19, 2001 to present, or the Southwest Asia theater of operations from August 2, 1990 to present.

During the upcoming Virtual Claims Clinic, staff of the Little Rock VA Regional Office are available to answer questions about existing VA benefits claims and how to file a new one.

“We have such a diverse population outside of the metropolitan areas of the state; we need to work even harder to reach those who are in our rural areas and those unable to reach us by other means,” said Quillin.  

For more information about VA’s benefits, go to http://benefits.va.gov/benefits/ or call 800-827-1000.

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