#service-disabled #veterans #insurance
Service-Disabled Veterans Insurance
The Service-Disabled Veterans Insurance (S-DVI) program was established in 1951 to meet the insurance needs of certain veterans with service connected disabilities. S-DVI is available in a variety of permanent plans as well as term insurance. Policies are issued for a maximum face amount of $10,000.
You can apply for S-DVI if you meet the following 4 criteria:
- You were released from active duty under other than dishonorable conditions on or after April 25, 1951
- You were rated for a service-connected disability (even if only 0%)
- You are in good health except for any service-connected conditions
- You apply within 2 years from the date VA grants your new service-connected disability.
Note: An increase in an existing service-connected disability or the granting of individual unemployability of a previous rated condition does not entitle a veteran to this insurance.
You can apply for basic S-DVI online. Follow this link for more information about applying for S-DVI online.
AUGUST 4, 2017, WASHINGTON (AFNS) Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson announced the Air Force will seek to significantly reduce unnecessary Air Force instructions over the next 24 months in order to allow greater flexibility and mission focus. Empower exceptional leaders, enable the warfighterContact a Recruiter! In a room full of new Air [ ]
July 24, 2017 Good morning/afternoon! My name is SSG Franklin and I am with the US Army Recruiting Center on the Northside of Chicago. I am an Army and Army Reserve Recruiter and I would like to explain some of the benefits of military enlistment. Not only are we able to provide tuition assistance [ ]
June 20, 2017, by Cher Zevala You’ve decided to pursue an advanced degree, and you’ve even realized that online education is the way to go. Indeed, most active service members find that the flexibility of online classes allows them to attend every lecture and meet every deadline even while they are deployed a [ ]
December 1, 2016, by David McCauley Work is a necessary aspect of life. It can give us purpose after service and helps provide us with the resources we need to live our lives. Unfortunately, there are too many workers that are dissatisfied with their jobs and disengaged in their workplaces. According to a 2015 [ ]
December 2, 2015, by Brooke Chaplan According to Veterans Inc, an organization that serves veterans at their families nationwide, there are 2.25 million veterans in the United States. With so many people returning from service, you may think help would be readily available. In many ways, there are plenty of services available to assist veterans in returning to civilian life. However, it s up to the service member to know where to look.