Mailing Addresses

Use Certified Mail!!!


Department of Veterans Affairs
Claims Intake Center
PO BOX 4444
JANESVILLE, WI 53547- 4444


Toll Free Fax: 844-531-7818

Regional Loan Center Contact Information


Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment

Contact your VARO


Pension Management Centers


Education and Training
Regional Processing Offices

VA has three RPOs that handle GI Bill claims.

Find your region here.

Veterans Administration Voluntary Service

Do you really want  to help other veterans and their dependents? Do you want to help us fix the broken VA? Then get inside the belly of the beast as a volunteer.

Veterans Benefits Administration 

Derivative Benefits Eligibility






The VA Benefit Eligibility Matrix

There are additional benefits that you may be

eligible for that are based on a favorable decision for

a VA benefit and/or based on special circumstances.

These are known as derivatives.

The White House Veterans

Complaint Line is open;

855-948-2311

Tip of the day...The White House hotline isn't in

the white houseand it's run exclusively by the VA.

Thanks Trump!

Hepatitis C Treatment

The VAWatchdog is all about how to

manage Department of Veterans Affairs

disabled veterans benefits.

Visit often, don't let the bastards get you down.

VA Form 21-526EZ

Disability Service Connection
Secondary Service Connection

IncreasedDisability Compensation

Temporary Total Disability Rating
 Individual Unemployability
Compensation under 38 U.S.C. 1151
 Special Monthly Compensation
Specially Adapted Housing

Special Home Adaptation

Automobile Allowance/Adaptive Equipment
Benefits Based on a Veteran's
Seriously Disabled Child


VA Form 21-0958 - NOD
​Notice of Disagreement


VA Form 21-534 EZ
Application for DIC, Death Pension


Change of Address​


Add Your Dependents

Declaration of Status of Dependents


TDIU Annual - VA Form 4140


VAWatchdog​ Dot Org

America's Leading Resource For Military Veterans News & Benefits Information ​

Since 2005 This Is The Site VA Reads When They Want To Learn What They've Been Doing​

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How To Manage Department of Veterans Affairs Disabled Veterans Benefits


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VA Disability Benefits Due To Negligence
The 1151 Claim

An important part of VA Disability law provides relief if a veteran suffers an injury or dies as the result of “negligent” VA health care, VA vocational rehabilitation, or the VA compensated work therapy (CWP) program.   The Statute allowing these benefits is 38 USC § 1151, better known simply as an 1151 claim. A claim under Section 1151 is similar to a medical malpractice claim against the VA, but there are some very important differences. In order to file an 1151 claim, a veteran or family member has to write the VA indicating that he/she believes that a permanent injury/disability, or death has occurred as the result of an action, or failure to act, of the VA. You MUST be able to show “intent”, in order to apply for 1151 benefits or VA disability benefits. Once this is done, the claims process should be triggered.
Read the rest of this article by clicking here.
Need advice about your potential 1151 claim? Call
Hale Law Office at 1-800-522-4595 for your FREE Consultation with accredited veterans disability attorney Roger Hale.

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How To File A VA Claim

You DO NOT need any sort of "VA rep", VSO or anyone else to help you.

If you need help with forms, ask a family member.

You are not allowed to use a lawyer unless you're appealing a denied claim.

Filing a disability benefits claim isn't difficult...you CAN DIY.

Take your time.  Follow the instructions.  Be brief, be precise.

You can file electronically or using mail and fax.

The only claim we guarantee that you'll lose

is the claim that you didn't file.
Register for and familiarize yourself with eBenefits.
CAUTION: the eBenefits site doesn't always work well.

Use it only if you have confidence in your computer skills.
Gather your records for your own use.
If there are civilian medical records, get those yourself.

Do not rely on VA to get them for you.
If you only have VA medical records, they will be accessible to the raters.

You don't need to gather your VA health records.
Military records and DD-214 replacements are here.
Get your records (evidence) organized.
Make copies, collate them in good order. If you plan to

upload them on-line, start scanning.
Now File the Claim

Complete VA Form 21-526EZ

Tell VA exactly what you are claiming and tell them

the rating percentage you believe you've earned.

Use The Schedule For Rating Disabilities

to determine what rating you may be eligible for.

You should use the same language that VA uses to describe your illness or injury.

Once You Complete Your Paperwork
Use certified mail ONLY to mail your

completed forms and evidence to:
The VA Claims Intake Center 
Department of Veterans Affairs
PO Box 4444
Janesville, WI  53547-4444

We also recommend that you fax a complete

copy of everything you mailed to:
Toll Free FAX Janesville – 844-531-7818

You're done! 
How hard was that?​

You should soon hear from VA that they're working on your claim.

Shortly after you should be scheduled for a C & P exam.

Be patient, once these things happen your claim is being processed.

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