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My husband passed away two days ago. Do I wait for Death Certificate before I report his death?

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cjevans:

My condolences for your loss. The funeral home is supposed to help you with reporting. I really don't know the answer to your question.

Did your husband die from a service connected condition or was he 100% for 10 years? Hadit will be glad to help if we can.

Pete

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I guess I can call American Legion. They represent our claims. Didn't know if I should until I receive the death certificate.

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My husband passed away two days ago. Do I wait for death certificate, call the main VA number, call American Legion? Does anyone know the protocol? Thanks Kindly!

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