Terms of TSGLI

Terms of TSGLI

Understanding the Basic Terms of TSGLI There are several key basic terms of TSGLI that form the rules of the TSGLI program.   External Force An External Force is a force or power that causes an individual to meet involuntarily with an object, matter, or entity that causes individual harm. There is a distinct difference between …

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Consecutive Periods Of Loss Of ADL post

Consecutive Periods Of Loss Of ADL

What is meant by “a break between consecutive periods of loss of ADL?” What would happen if a servicemember should again lose the ability to perform two ADL after the break-in consecutive periods of loss of ADL? A detailed answer is under Traumatic Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance (TSGLI). It stipulates requirements if the Soldier has …

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Denied TSGLI Claim

Denied TSGLI Claim?

Denied TSGLI Claim? You may be Missing Required Documentation Are you an injured service member and believe your TSGLI claim has been wrongly denied?  Try to gather additional supporting documentation and apply for reconsideration.  However, if your claim is still denied, more detailed documentation that supports your claim may be needed.  So you will need …

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Review of Administrative Denial

Judicial Review of Administrative Denial

More Lawsuits Call For Judicial Review of Administrative Denial of TSGLI Benefits A veteran has filed another lawsuit in the U.S. District Court (Southern District of California).  This lawsuit calling for judicial review of an administrative denial of disability benefits.  Claiming that the United States Navy failed to provide benefits to a servicemember under the …

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TSGLI Application

TSGLI – US Navy Lawsuit

Report on TSGLI – US Navy Lawsuit This is a report on a TSGLI – US Navy Lawsuit written in 1016. Mr. B is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. Mr. B recently filed a lawsuit against the United States Government.   Any servicemember who receives an adverse TSGLI decision may obtain judicial review …

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TSGLI Denied Claim

TSGLI Denied Claim

TSGLI Denied Claim – Offices Act in an Arbitrary and Capricious Manner In our last blog, we reported 0n Army Veteran (“Mr. C”) who filed suit against the United States for his denied TSGLI claim.  The denial process was deemed “arbitrary and capricious” and the decision of the US Army Board for Correction of Military …

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TSGLI Litigation

TSGLI LITIGATION

TSGLI Litigation For Veterans With Denied Claims TSGLI Litigation – when a branch of service denies a member’s TSGLI claim, members have the right to a full administrative appeal process.  Members also have the right to file suit in federal court to contest an adverse TSGLI decision. This can be done at any time after …

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