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by | Nov 11, 2012 | Veterans Disability Benefits |

On October 16, 2012 VA issues a final rule in the Federal Register extending the statutory period during which undiagnosed illnesses and multi-symptom disorders most often associated with service in the Gulf (i.e. Gulf War Illness or Gulf War Syndrome) will be “presumed as service-connected diseases.” This rule extends the statutory deadline for assumption of service connection to December 16, 2016.

Gardberg currently represents veteran’s suffering from Gulf War Illness or Gulf War Syndrome caused by their service and are aggressively pursuing these claims with the VA on their behalf. Please contact us for a free consultation to discuss your claim with the VA on these or other disability compensation issues.


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