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Don't face the challenge of securing VA benefits alone.

Navigating the intricate landscape of veterans’ benefits for long-term care services can be overwhelming, and the application process equally intimidating. An experienced Lancaster Veterans benefit attorney accredited by the Veterans Administration can analyze your situation, verify your eligibility, and facilitate the entire process, making sure you get the benefits you’ve earned.


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Aid & Attendance Provisions for Lancaster Wartime Veterans

If you’re a Lancaster, Ohio, veteran from wartime who needs nursing home care, assisted living, or in-home care, and your care expenses align with your monthly income, you might be eligible for VA Aid & Attendance benefits to cover the cost of your required help and care.


VA Aid and Attendance and Housebound benefits can also provide extra payments to veterans and their surviving spouses needing personal assistance or confined to their homes. Requirements include needing help with personal care, being bedridden, living in a nursing home or assisted living center due to needing assistance from a caregiver, or having severe visual impairment.

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Here are some factors we’ll help you consider:
  • “Secret benefits” are available to certain veterans over the age of 65
  • These benefits can be used to pay for home health, assisted living, and nursing home care
  • Veterans can receive $1,900 or more per month in VA Aid & Attendance benefits
  • Home care costs can range from $24 to $40 per hour, depending on where you live
  • Assisted Living can cost $3,000 to more than $12,000 per month
  • Ohio nursing homes can cost from $8,000 to more than $14,000 a month.
  • Medicare does not cover the cost of a nursing home beyond the first 100 days.
Given this information, it’s smart to begin planning now for how to pay for the care you or your spouse may need one day. This is particularly important if one of you has received a diagnosis such as Alzheimer’s, dementia, ALS, or Parkinson’s or had a significant stroke or other debilitating condition. If you are not confident that your assets and income will be enough to pay for quality long-term care, whether that be in a nursing home, assisted living center, or even in your own home, there are steps you can take now to make sure you will qualify for the appropriate government assistance program to help you with these costs while preserving property and assets for yourself, your spouse, your children, and grandchildren.

Alternative support may be available for military veterans.

The world of veterans’ benefits can often appear filled with confusion and unknowns. Various programs exist to assist veterans in different situations, and figuring out which ones you qualify for can be tough.


Therefore, the best approach is to gather up all of your paperwork—including service records and discharge papers—and discuss the situation with our experienced Lancaster Veterans benefits attorney.

Don't hesitate to connect with our Lancaster Veterans benefit lawyer.

An attorney experienced with the Veterans Administration can greatly boost your chances of approval for Aid and Attendance benefits.


Our VA-accredited attorney, proficient in veterans’ Aid and Attendance claims, can navigate administrative hurdles, find solutions, and champion your rights and benefits.


We provide a streamlined path to securing your well-earned veteran’s benefits, thanks to our considerable experience with intricate government procedures.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Veterans benefits are a range of support measures provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to individuals who have served in the military. These benefits can include disability compensation, education assistance, and healthcare. It’s often beneficial to work with a veterans benefits attorney because they have the experience necessary to navigate the complexities of the VA benefits claims process, ensuring you have the best chance to receive the benefits you deserve.
The VA Aid and Attendance pension benefit is a tax-free monetary benefit paid to disabled veterans who have served during a wartime period and now need the assistance of another individual in the course of their day. Veterans can apply for the VA Aid and Attendance pension benefit by submitting a multi-part VA benefits claim along with evidence of their wartime service, their need for assistance, a physician’s statement, and several additional pieces of documentation to meet the other criteria for the benefits. Experienced Aid and Attendance benefits lawyers can assist in preparing and submitting claims to maximize the likelihood of approval in the VA’s lengthy and convoluted process.
If your VA Aid and Attendance claim has been denied, a lawyer experienced with the VA Aid and Attendance claims process can review your claim, gather additional evidence, and either amend your original claim or file an appeal on your behalf. These attorneys understand the multiple layers involved in proving the need for these benefits and can present the best case to the VA on your behalf
When seeking legal help for veterans claims, look for attorneys with extensive knowledge of veterans disability law and have a track record of advocating for Ohio veterans. A good veterans benefits attorney will understand how to work with medical records, establish service connections, and appeal denied claims to provide the benefits and support you deserve.
Typically, veterans who have been dishonorably discharged are not eligible for VA benefits. However, veterans with a general or medical discharge as well as those with an honorable discharge, do qualify for these benefits.
Yes, the VA has placed limits on the amount of income and assets an individual may have in order to qualify for this program. However, those limits are related to other factors, and many veterans who are eligible fail to apply for the benefits because they do not understand how the VA assesses these criteria in relation to care costs and items that they exempt from being counted, which in many cases includes a residence. Additionally, there is a 3-year lookback to see if the veteran divested assets prior to applying for the Aid and Attendance benefit, so working with an experienced VA Aid and Attendance Benefits attorney can be critical in preparing for, achieving, and proving eligibility to the VA.
An attorney or other individual may not charge for the preparation or submission of an Aid and Attendance claim unless the claim has been previously denied and requires an appeal. At Jarvis Law Office, we are proud to say that we prepare VA Aid & Attendance claims for our clients at no charge to them. Since we are not compensated either by the VA or by the client for this work, we do have to limit the claims that we are able to prepare to those clients that we are performing other services and evaluate each request individually.

Please note that the information provided here is general in nature and should not be considered legal advice. It is recommended to consult with an attorney from Jarvis Law Office to obtain personalized advice based on your specific circumstances.

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