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H.R.1438 - Veterans Pensions Protection Act of 2013

To amend title 38, United States Code, to exempt reimbursements of certain medical expenses and other payments related to accident, theft, loss, or casualty loss from determinations of annual income with respect to pensions for veterans and surviving spouses and children of veterans, and for other purposes. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: To amend title 38, United States Code, to exempt reimbursements of certain medical expenses and other payments related to accident, theft, loss, or casualty loss from determinations of annual income with respect to pensions for veterans and surviving spouses and children of veterans, and for other purposes. as introduced.
  • Short: Veterans Pensions Protection Act of 2013 as introduced.

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Alcee Hastings

D-FL

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Official Summary

Veterans Pensions Protection Act of 2013 - Excludes from annual income, for purposes of eligibility for pensions for veterans and their surviving spouses and children, reimbursements resulting from: (1) any accident; (2) any theft or loss; (3) any casualty loss; (4) medical expenses resulti

Official Summary

Veterans Pensions Protection Act of 2013 - Excludes from annual income, for purposes of eligibility for pensions for veterans and their surviving spouses and children, reimbursements resulting from:
(1) any accident;
(2) any theft or loss;
(3) any casualty loss;
(4) medical expenses resulting from any such accident, theft, or loss; and
(5) pain and suffering (including insurance settlement payments and general damages awarded by a court) related to such accident, theft, or loss.

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