A Military Veteran’s Guide To Camp Lejeune Lawsuits

Introduction The US government knew about the presence of toxins in drinking water at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base Camp but failed to take action. As a result, more than a million people serving, working, and living in the area faced exposure to the risk of fatal diseases due to the negligence of the authorities.… Read More

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Service-Related Cancer Treatment and Prevention

Introduction Although cancer is not the most common ailment a veteran may endure, the number of new cancer cases among veterans reported to the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) each year is jaw-dropping. Among Veterans, more than 50,000 cancer cases are reported to VA’s Central Cancer Registry each year and research has shown that… Read More

7 Hacks for Getting a Civilian Job After Military Service

Are you wondering how to maximise your chances of landing a decent job in the civilian world after one or more years of military service? Even though there are plenty of free resources for helping people make the transition, the move is not always a simple one. Many newly discharged individuals want to finish college… Read More

Why Do You Need Insurance?

Introduction When shopping for insurance many facets of your life are taken into account, meaning that your health and what you do for a living can weigh heavily on the insurance deal you get. Being into fitness and participating in active military service can change the circumstances of your insurance drastically. Sure, you are in… Read More

A Useful Guide for Military Veterans on How to get Compensated for their Injuries

Introduction What many people may not realise is that after returning home from battle, veterans can often face difficult challenges. Many are left with debilitating injuries which can make it hard, or even impossible, to return to their previous line of work. As a result, they may find themselves struggling financially. Fortunately, there are a… Read More

Visa Fees Scrapped for Non-UK Service Personnel

In recognition of the immensely valuable contribution that thousands of overseas personnel make to the UK while serving, the Government has announced that visa fees will be waived for those who have served in the UK Armed Forces for a minimum period of six years or been discharged due to an illness or injury attributable… Read More