Surviving spouses, dependent children and some parents of deceased U.S. military veterans may have become newly eligible for compensation following Congress’s creation of the PACT Act in 2022. Survivors may even qualify for backdated compensation if they filed a claim following the death of their family member from a now-“presumptive” medical condition that was originally denied.
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