More Servicemembers May Qualify for TSGLI
Find out if you qualify for TSGLI. The U.S. Army Human Resources Command Website recently posted this notice:
Based on findings from a review conducted by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More servicemembers may now qualify for Traumatic Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance (TSGLI), because of newly expanded benefits. The purpose of the review was to ascertain whether improvements could be made to the TSGLI program that would allow more servicemembers to benefit from it. As a result, the TSGLI Schedule of Losses was simplified, making it more usable for each branch of service and allowing for easier interpretation by the general public. Existing TSGLI qualifying loss definitions on the schedule, such as those for burns, sight and amputations were expanded and additional qualifying losses including uniplegia, limb salvage and facial reconstruction, were added. Click to view the updated TSGLI Schedule of Losses.
Have you suffered a traumatic injury while serving in any branch of the military, including the Reserves or the National Guard? If so, you may be entitled to a lump sum, a tax-free cash payment of up to $100,000—even if the injury was not related to any military activity.
A TSGLI Attorney can help you get the benefits you deserve
For legal assistance with submitting a TSGLI claim, please call our office at 800-861-7262. At the Cameron Firm, PC. we handle TSGLI cases nationwide. Because we are here to help you get the benefits you deserve.
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