Benefits for Disabled WWII Veterans?

Answer Specific disability benefits for World War II veterans are generally no different from those accorded to other veterans. World War II veterans, including disabled ones, are entitled to health care ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Benefits for Disabled WWII Veterans

Benefits for Retired & Disabled Veterans?

Benefits for retired and disabled veterans include compensation and pension, home loans, education, health care, life insurance and more. The Department of Veterans Affairs, or the VA, officially ... Read More »

Education Benefits for Children of Disabled Veterans?

When a parent becomes totally and permanently disabled while in service to their country, their children can be eligible for educational benefits. In addition to funds provided by federal programs,... Read More »

Do Disabled Veterans Lose Their Benefits if They Go to Jail?

The Veteran's Administration may reduce or discontinue payments to disabled veterans once they have spent 61 days behind bars. Disability Compensation will be reduced upon a veteran's 61st day of i... Read More »

Do disabled veterans lose their benefits if they are found guilty of crimes?

If a veteran is convicted of a felony and imprisoned for more than 60 days, he stands to lose a portion of his VA benefits. Disability benefits paid to an incarcerated veteran who is rated 20 perce... Read More »