There are certain symptoms associated with Agent Orange, but there are also specific diseases and disabilities that are presumptive for those who have been exposed to Agent Orange. Veterans seeking benefits for exposure should know which diseases have been officially linked to Agent Orange. There is an undiagnosed illness associated…

Once again, the VA has said that it would continue to limit benefits related to Agent Orange exposure to veterans who have set foot in Vietnam or its inland waterways. A recent court opinion, Gray v. McDonald, held that the Veterans Administration was required to determine whether those on board ships were close enough…

This article, written by Clyde Haberman, was printed in The New York Times on May 11, 2014: Britain was the first to use defoliants as a war tactic in Southeast Asia. That was in the early 1950s in Malaya, then a British colony, before it became the independent Malaysia. British…

Part I: Did you serve in Vietnam and do you have a qualifying Agent Orange disability? On May 14, 1991, the federal court of the Northern District of California issued an order, which set forth ways Vietnam veterans could receive veterans benefits for several specific disabilities related to Agent Orange…