Surviving spouses and other family of deceased veterans may be eligible for thousands of dollars a month, grief counseling, burial assistance, and more.
If your late spouse was a Vietnam or Gulf War veteran and had a resulting disability, a new law may mean that the VA owes you money previously denied.
A monthly VA benefit is available to surviving spouses of veterans who have died. In this article, we describe the eligibility requirements for DIC benefits.
Dependency and indemnity compensation (DIC) is a monthly benefit available to surviving spouses, children, or parents of a veteran who died because of a service-connected disability.
DIC is the a monthly check for surviving spouses, children, or even parents of a veteran that died during active duty or as a result of his or her service-connected disability.
Between 1,000 and 15,000 Korean War veterans have just been approved for Agent Orange exposure VA Disability. See if you qualify.