126 State Street, P.O. Box 396
Montpelier, Vermont 05601-0396
(800) 501-7131 (Toll-Free in VT)
(802) 223-0318 (Fax)
Monday thru Friday
8:00 AM to 3:30 PM
We Observe ALL State Holidays
Have a question about your VA claim?
Ask an American Legion accredited service officer. You served your country, and in the process you were injured.
It could be a bad back. It could be loss of limb. Or maybe you're not sure if you're entitled to any government
benefits. American Legion service officers file thousands of VA claims each year on behalf of America's veterans
and their family.
Accredited American Legion service officers are specially trained to provide expert assistance, free of charge,
to veterans and their families. While the majority of a service officer’s work involves application for VA disability
benefits, these compassionate professionals also provide information, referrals and resources on education, employment
and business, death benefits and other important topics.
Milton Willis, Jr.
163 Veterans Drive Building #28
White River Junction, Vermont
215 North Main Street
White River Junction , VT 05009
(877) 600-1514 (Toll-Free in VT & Canada)
(802) 291-6266 (Fax)
If possible, have the following ready when you make your call:
- DD Form 214 (Issued at separation) ***
- Service medical records (outpatient), dental records, entrance and separation examination reports
- Inpatient hospitalization records (private or military)
- Private outpatient medical records (if applicable)
- Personnel file
- Line of Duty (LOD) investigation reports
- Overseas or temporary duty (travel) orders
Separating personnel should ensure that all of the information (including awards, overseas time, campaigns,
RE code, etc.) on the DD 214 is correct before signing. Uncorrected errors may cause problems in the future
when applying for VA and other benefits.
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