What Injuries are excluded from TSGLI Payment?
It’s important to be aware of TSGLI excluded injuries. There are several injuries that are not covered under the TSGLI program.
According to the TSGLI Procedures Guide (Version 2.41 January 5, 2018), the Injuries Excluded From TSGLI Payment are:
1) Injuries caused by one of the following:
a) A mental disorder
b) Mental or physical illness or disease. Not including illness or disease caused by a pyogenic infection, biological, chemical, or radiological weapon. Also not including accidental ingestion of a contaminated substance.
c) Additionally attempted suicide.
d) As well as intentionally self-inflicted injury or any attempt to inflict such injury.
e) And also diagnostic procedures, preventive medical procedures such as inoculations, medical or surgical treatment for an illness or disease. Or any complications arising from such procedures or treatment.
f) Finally, the members’ willful use of an illegal or controlled substance, unless administered or consumed on the advice of a medical professional.
2) Injuries sustained while committing, or attempting to commit, a felony.
Any Confusion About TSGLI Benefits?
Do you have questions and legal concerns about a TSGLI claim? Did you apply for TSGLI benefits on your own and get denied? Or did you serve our country and you are not sure if you qualify for TSGLI benefits? Please contact Cameron Firm PC today at 800-861-7262. The TSGLI procedure manual specifically grants servicemembers the right to pursue legal action if they have been incorrectly denied benefits.
You volunteered to serve your country. So you deserve all the benefits available to you. Let our experienced and dedicated staff now serve you by helping you with your TSGLI claim.
Cameron Firm, PC. specializes in TSGLI cases and can take TSGLI cases from anywhere in the U.S. Cameron Firm PC has certified Veteran Appeals Lawyers on staff who will fight with you to secure the benefits you deserve. We understand the sacrifices you have made.
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