Disabled Army vet awaits $40K from VA as sheriff’s sale looms on property

A 71-year-old disabled Army veteran in New Jersey faces imminent loss of commercial property as he awaits long-overdue compensation of more than $40,000 from the Veterans Administration. “I just don’t.

Disabled Army vet awaits $40K from VA as sheriff’s sale looms on property Stars and Stripes. A 71-year-old disabled Army veteran in New Jersey faces imminent loss of commercial property as he awaits long-overdue compensation of more than $40000.

Ronald Choplinsky, 71, was facing a sheriff’s sale due to unpaid real estate taxes on commercial property he owns in Philadelphia. VA to pay disabled Army veteran long-overdue $40K in benefits.

The Veterans. disabled Army veteran in New Jersey it will pay the roughly $40,000 owed him in overdue benefits. ronald choplinsky, 71, was facing a sheriff’s sale due to unpaid real estate taxes on.

Disabled Army vet awaits $40K from VA as sheriff’s sale looms on property . In a January 2018 decision, the Board of Veterans’ Appeals determined Choplinsky’s disability had worsened and that he was entitled to a rating increase. To this date he has not received any backpay and his property may be sold due to.

A 71-year-old disabled Army veteran in New Jersey faces imminent loss of commercial property as he awaits long-overdue compensation of more than $40,000 from the Veterans Administration. "I just don’t understand why people don’t get their money," Ronald Choplinsky recently told Stars and Stripes in a telephone interview from his home in Millville, N.J.

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In a January 2018 decision, the Board of Veterans’ Appeals determined Choplinsky’s disability had worsened and that he was entitled to a rating increase..

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The Department of Veterans Affairs has notified a disabled Army Veteran in New Jersey it will pay the roughly $40,000 owed him in overdue benefits. Ronald Choplinsky, 71, was facing a sheriff’s sale due to unpaid real estate taxes on commercial property he owns in Philadelphia.