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It's important to make a VA appeal count

Many veterans in the Charlotte area have given a piece of themselves to their country in that they have suffered a significant injury while in the armed services. Because of these injuries, many of these heroes can no longer work or, at least, they can no longer earn the same income that they once could.

The relationship between veterans' disability and SSD claims

One question that might arise in the minds of former soldiers in the Charlotte, North Carolina, area is whether they can get both veterans' disability benefits through the Department of Veterans' Affairs and get Social Security disability payments through the Social Security Administration. These heroes, many of whom have been wounded while serving their country, may also have some questions about the relationship between these two programs.

Veterans experience long waits for decisions on disability claims

Countless men and women from North Carolina and from every other state in the union have put their lives on the line to serve in the armed forces. Those courageous and selfless individuals have experienced threats to their security and safety so that others may live in freedom, and for their noble efforts many who serve suffer illnesses and injuries as a result of their times of service. Although the federal government provides service members with the means of applying for veterans' benefits and submitting disability claims, many who do so must wait years to find out if their requests for support will be fulfilled.

What are the requirements for veterans disability compensation?

Charlotte, North Carolina residents who selflessly serve in the military deserve the very best benefits. Veterans disability compensation is a benefit for certain veterans. Veterans injuries should be treated seriously and thoroughly. Compensation is available for a wide variety of both mental and physical injuries that a service member may have suffered.

Understanding your rights to veterans' benefits can be difficult

After completing active military service requirements in a branch of the United States armed forces, a Charlotte resident (or a resident from any city in North Carolina) may return to this state with a host of physical and mental conditions that require long term medical care. Paying for those services can be very expensive, but as a veteran a person may qualify for a variety of government benefits programs that can help him cover the costs of those important treatments and services.

Important points about SSD claims for Wounded Warriors

Given the number of veterans in North Carolina, it is unavoidable that there will also be a group who have suffered war-related injuries. Social Security disability benefits for Wounded Warriors have been mentioned frequently in the media in recent years, but many veterans are unaware of certain facts about SSD claims. Understanding what benefits can be received, how disability is defined, and if military pay affects the eligibility after veterans' injuries is key to filing for and receiving benefits.

  • North Carolina Advocates for Justice Protecting People’s rights
  • NOSSCR National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives
  • American Association for Justice formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America ATLA
  • ABA American Bar Association
  • NOVA
  • North Carolina State Bar
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