In today’s episode, Robin Hoon talks about a common fear Veterans have when filing for a mental health claim.
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In today’s episode, Robin Hoon talks about a common fear Veterans have when filing for a mental health claim. Veterans fear they will lose their right to gun ownership if they become service-connected for a mental health claim. A lot of Veterans suffer from chronic mental health conditions rated to their active military service and may be eligible for service connection.
Tune in to hear more about your rights to carry arms with a VA mental health service connection.
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