Everyday the Veterans Administration denies lots of applications for Veterans Benefits. Many of these VA compensation denials are unjust and should be appealed.
Veterans Disability Benefits vs. Social Security Disability Insurance
Veteran Disability Benefits are different from Social Security Disability claims. Veterans may receive both Veterans Disability Benefits and Social Security Disability Benefits at the same time. We highly recommend you contact an attorney to learn about your potential Veterans Disability Benefits and your Social Security Disability Benefits. Woods and Woods practices veteran law, and has worked with thousands of veterans and their families. Let us help you get the money and benefits your deserve!
According to the Department of Veteran Affairs, there are 23.4 million living veterans in the United States. There are also 37 million dependents of living veterans and survivors of deceased veterans. Those two figures equal roughly 20% of the United States population. The numbers of people eligible for a veteran benefits claim is tremendous.
Disabling Injuries and Serious Illnesses
Veterans suffer from hundreds of impairments the Veterans Administration compensates for. Many of these disabled veterans conditions are from service connected injuries, toxic exposure to chemicals, traumatic brain injuries, PTSD or other stress related disorders, or other various impairments. Fighting a VA compensation denial can get complicated quickly and you should have an attorney fighting for you!
- Orthopedic and Back Problems
- Gulf War Syndrome
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Loss of Limbs
- Severe Anxiety Disorders