Veterans of Bosnia, Lebanon, Somalia, Panama

Vietnam Era vetsThe United States has been involved in several worldwide conflicts in order to keep the peace and provide support and assistance to those in need. In 1995, approximately 20,000 Americans were deployed to Bosnia due to their continuous efforts to advance into Srebrenica and gain control. In 1958, the United States deployed 14,000 troops into Lebanon in order to defend American nationals and keep the peace within the territory, which lasted until 1984. From 1992 to 1993, the United States deployed armed forces to Somalia for Operation Restore Hope, which aimed to assist with the United Nations’ famine relief effort at the time. American forces are still currently in Somalia to this day, assisting their military with training. In 1989, Operation Just Cause sought out to control the rampant war on drugs and cartels that had a hold over Panama.

During these times, Americans answered the call to serve the people of the world and leave the comforts of their own homeland. With this came different climates, terrains, military strategies, and cultures. With this came new diseases, disabilities, and injuries, both physically and mentally. From dealing with the variety of side effects of bombings and firefights, to coming into contact with diseases they had never even heard of, American troops faced obstacles of all sorts while wearing their uniform. We have made it our mission to ensure they don’t have to face the task of receiving their deserved benefits when they come home.

Vetlink is a group of service-disabled veterans that have been through the Disability Benefits Questionnaire (DBQ) process. We connect veterans with licensed medical providers that share our mission, which is to help Veterans obtain the benefits they are due. Vetlink Solutions is not affiliated with the Veterans Administration in any way. Our providers are licensed independent medical practitioners who understand the claims process. VA medical providers are contracted and appointed by the Veterans Administration. Generally, they are inundated with patients and in most cases are unable to give the detailed level of attention needed to properly review a claim. Many Veterans are unsatisfied with the claims process when utilizing VA appointed doctors, which usually results in refiling claims or lengthy appeals. To ensure you are getting the proper benefits, contact us today to discuss your situation and find out more about how we can help you with your service-connected disability rating.

Our services can make a difference in the quality of life that our Veterans enjoy. VetLink Solutions takes pride in providing our expertise free of charge and obligation as we determine a veterans potential path forward. Your medical benefits advisor will analyze the specific details of your case to see where you stand. Most importantly, we never charge a fee unless you receive a benefit from our services.

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Vetlink Solutions is not a Veterans Service Organization (VSO) or law firm and is not affiliated with the U.S. Veterans Administration (“VA”). Vetlink Solutions does not provide legal or medical advice or assist clients with preparing or filing claims for benefits with the VA.

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