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Can I receive Social Security disability as a military veteran?

Because Social Security disability benefits may be available to disabled veterans, it is important for them to understand what those options are, how to apply and how to obtain benefits. For Veterans and Wounded Warriors with a compensation rating of 100% P & T, some may receive expedited processing of their Social Security disability claims.

The disability onset date is an important date

The disability onset date is an important date to be familiar with when seeking Social Security disability benefits. The disability onset date refers to the date that the disabled individual became unable to work because of a disabling medical condition. Social Security disability benefit payments begin with the application date once eligibility requirements for disability benefits are met.

SSD benefits for illness provide the financial help you need

When it comes to social security disability (SSD) benefits, it is important to understand that it is not restricted to injuries sustained on the job. There are other situations that qualify you for SSD benefits. If you develop an illness or disease, or have a condition that leaves you unable to work, you may be eligible to apply. Whether you are diagnosed with things such as liver disease, heart disease, cancer or other ailment, it may be in your best interest to apply for social security disability benefits for illness.

Understanding the Social Security disability application process

Social Security disability (SSD) benefits are important for many families and disabled individuals but the SSD application process can sometimes feel like a maze which is why it is helpful to understand the application and appeals processes inside and out. Social Security disability benefits can help with medical expenses and everyday cost of living expenses and needs disabled individuals may struggle with because of their disability.

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