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Republican candidates are struggling to bring in as much cash as former President Donald Trump continues to raise millions for his super PAC. Axios crafted an extensive report Thursday detailing the ways in which Trump's fundraising is "kneecapping" the GOP's efforts to fundraise for the 2022 mid...


Posted by Berry Law on January 17, 2022 in Appeals Many Veterans rely heavily on TDIU benefits to pay for food and medical bills, utilities, and other expenses. However, TDIU benefits are contingent on a Veteran’s inability to maintain substantially gainful employment.  What happens if your cond...


Posted by Berry Law on February 7, 2022 in Appeals When appealing a VA decision, you must have the necessary evidence. The process of submitting a VA appeal can be long and tedious. Veterans may not even know where to begin when making an appeal. This article will cover everything you will need...


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Posted by Berry Law on February 10, 2022 in Appeals When a Veteran makes a claim through the VA to receive benefits, there is no guarantee that the VA will accept it. Sadly, the VA often makes denials. A denial can be based on several reasons, but it often has to do with a lack of evidence requi...


I assumed Yair Lapid would cancel the interview we had scheduled for Saturday night. After all, it found the foreign minister grappling with the potential repercussions of a possibly very imminent Russian invasion of Ukraine, home to some 15,000 Israelis and tens of thousands of Jews, many of whom...


On Thursday, CBS News' Scott MacFarlane flagged a typo-filled court filing from California defendant Imelda Acosta, whose counsel is arguing to the court that she was at the incident to live-stream what was happening — and only entered the building out of "curiosity." "Ms. Acosta live streamed what...


Posted by Berry Law on January 20, 2022 in Appeals Throughout the Iraq war and similar conflicts, the US military frequently used burn pits to eliminate toxic and standard waste. While burn pits may have been convenient waste disposal methods at the time, they may have inadvertently exposed serv...