Woods and Woods has worked with thousands of veterans and their families. We never charge a penny unless we win your Veterans Disability Benefits. The call and advice is free. For your free legal consultation, please fill out the online contact form or call toll free (888) 959-9908.
Can Veterans Receive Both Social Security Disability and Veterans Disability Benefits?
Yes! Veterans can receive both social security disability benefits and veterans disability benefits at the same time. Many veterans are receiving their social security and over $2,800 a month from the Veterans Administration in disability payments.
If you were told by the Social Security Administration that you were not eligible for Social Security Disability, that does not bar you from receiving veterans disability benefits. They are two separate benefit systems and operate independently of each other.
Social Security Disability vs. Veterans Disability
Social security disability benefits are from the Social Security Administration. Veterans disability benefits come from the Veterans Administration. You will have to file two separate applications. The application process and requirements are very different for social security disability benefits and veterans disability benefits. You can be working while applying for both disability benefits.
Can I Afford A Social Security Disability Lawyer And A Veterans Disability Benefits Lawyer?
Yes! Woods and Woods social security disability lawyers and veterans disability lawyers never charge a penny unless we win your claim. We never bill by the hour or ask for money upfront. When we win your claim, you owe us a percentage of backpay and case expenses. Woods and Woods will never touch any of your future benefits. If you lose your claim, you owe us nothing.
For your free legal consultation, please fill out the online contact form or call toll free (888) 959-9908.
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