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Do you qualify for multiple kinds of disability benefits?

When Georgia residents need financial assistance, the last thing they want to do is jump through obstacles and navigate through a confusing patchwork of legal regulations. And yet, it can often seem as though that is what is necessary when a person applies for Social Security disability benefits.

Applying for benefits for a work-related injury

Workplace injuries are unfortunately common. When the injuries are serious, Georgia residents may find themselves unable to do their jobs and may find themselves without the income they need to live their lives. Lost wages can severely impact individuals' abilities to pay their bills, care for their families, and meet their other financial obligations.

Can veterans with VA benefits qualify for SSD benefits?

This past Memorial Day, as with every year, many Georgia residents took the opportunity to reflect and remember the sacrifices from American veterans. In addition to remembering those sacrifices, Memorial Day provides a chance to think of what can be done to help living veterans, including those who have suffered injuries in service of their country.

How much are SSD benefits affected by other benefits?

In the legal system, it can seem as though the simplest of issues can quickly turn into a complicated matter. This can occur when it comes to a person's ability to obtain Social Security disability benefits, as in any other area of law.

Are disability benefits affected by other types of benefits?

As discussed last week in this blog, individuals may have tough decisions to make when an illness or injury prevents them from continuing to work. While Georgia residents may qualify for Social Security disability benefits for illness, those benefits can be impacted by other financial sources like retirement benefits.

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