In today’s episode, Robin Hoon speaks with Veteran Epi about Willful Misconduct. Willful Misconduct is when a Veteran is intentionally doing something known to be wrong without regard to the consequences.
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In today’s episode, Robin Hoon speaks with Veteran Epi about Willful Misconduct. Epi is an army retiree who spent all of his career as a military paralegal. We are told that if a Veteran joins the military and are active duty they are eligible for disability benefits. When the VA determines a Veterans disability is Willful Misconduct, the Veteran will not receive any money. Willful Misconduct is when a Veteran is intentionally doing something known to be wrong without regard to the consequences.
Tune in to hear more about Willful Misconduct.