Free Webinar: Benefits for Veterans With Mesothelioma


On Wednesday, Oct. 25, at 7:30 p.m. ET, The Mesothelioma Center will host an exclusive online webinar providing a closer look at available VA benefits and civilian resources specifically for veterans with mesothelioma.

Join me and Aaron Munz, the director of the center’s Veterans Department, for a discussion of the benefits available, how to file or appeal a VA claim and frequently asked questions from veterans and their families.

Veterans are among the groups most at risk for asbestos exposure and mesothelioma, but many may not know of the Veterans Administration benefits available to them. VA benefits and civilian resources for those with mesothelioma can pay for treatment, travel, lost wages and much more.

During the webinar, we’ll answer your questions directly in a live Q&A following the presentation. If you cannot join us live, registering for the webinar will guarantee you a recording via email after the event. 

What You’ll Learn During the Webinar

As a former U.S. Army captain and director of the Veterans Department at The Mesothelioma Center, Munz will cover everything veterans with mesothelioma and their families need to know about VA benefits.

Discussion topics will include:  

  • A list of what is required to file or appeal a claim
  • FAQs for veterans and their loved ones
  • Steps veterans should take after a mesothelioma diagnosis
  • VA benefits and civilian resources for veterans with mesothelioma
  • What to expect throughout the VA claims process

Munz and I have specialized in assisting U.S. veterans for years and guiding them after asbestos exposure and an asbestos-related diagnosis. We’ve navigated the VA claims process for thousands of veterans.

We’ll be answering these questions and more:

After joining us for this webinar, you’ll be prepared to receive the VA benefits you deserve. Veterans and their loved ones should have access to the best care available, and this knowledge can help make that a reality. 

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Who Should Attend the Veterans Webinar?

Anyone with questions about VA benefits for those with mesothelioma will benefit from this webinar. Veterans Service Officers assisting veterans with mesothelioma are also welcome. You should attend this webinar if you are:

  • A veteran with mesothelioma
  • The loved one or caretaker of a veteran with mesothelioma

Navigating the VA system for the health care and compensation you deserve isn’t easy. Veterans with mesothelioma and their loved ones should also attend this webinar if they are:

We’ll outline the steps to ensure you get the best care and the highest compensation possible after a mesothelioma diagnosis. Don’t forget to prepare your questions ahead of time, and we’ll answer them at the end of the webinar.

Background on the Experts

Aaron Munz

Aaron Munz is a VA-accredited claims agent and former U.S. Army captain. He currently serves as director of the Veterans Department at The Mesothelioma Center. He has nearly a decade in Army leadership, combat and strategic training.

Munz has assisted fellow veterans with VA benefits and asbestos-related claims for more than eight years. His exceptional knowledge of the military’s use of asbestos has been invaluable to veterans pursuing asbestos-related VA disability claims.

Danielle DiPietro

Danielle DiPietro has more than six years of experience as a VA-accredited claims agent. Since 2012, she has helped mesothelioma patients and families with their medical and legal needs as a Patient and Financial Advocate at The Mesothelioma Center, the nation’s most trusted resource.

With a long family history of military service, DiPietro has years of experience guiding veterans with knowledge about their risk of asbestos exposure and what to do after a mesothelioma diagnosis. For over a decade, she has educated mesothelioma patients, caregivers and families about their treatment options and legal rights.