Military service can have a lifelong impact on you and your family. Many of you who served in the Armed Forces are still dealing with financial, emotional, and health issues that arose from your service and time in the military. It is common for veterans to have both Social Security Disability and Veterans Disability claims because of their medical impairments. You are allowed to receive benefits under both programs at the same time. This article tells you everything you need to know about Social Security Disability for veterans and wounded warriors.
Below is information for Wounded Warriors and Veterans in Virginia who are unable to work or maintain full-time work because of their medical conditions or who have received a service-connected disability rating from the VA. If you have questions after reading this article, or want help applying for disability benefits in Virginia, call or e-mail Newport News and Richmond Social Security Disability lawyer Corey Pollard for a free consultation. We’re here to help you get the money and medical care you deserve.