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Are veterans entitled to Social Security disability benefits?

| Nov 23, 2017 | Veterans' Issues

Just recently this Georgia disability benefits and veterans’ issues blog discussed the prevalence of American veterans who receive disability benefits from the Social Security Administration. Disability benefits are available to those men and women who suffer from long-term illnesses and injuries that prevent them from earning sufficient incomes to meet their needs. Individuals who have served in the armed forces are often part of this population but may not be aware of their rights to pursue benefits.

American veterans should know what financial and benefits-based programs are available to them, and for this reason it can be helpful for them to consult with legal professionals that make it their priority to serve former members of the military. The lawyers of Rogers, Hofrichter & Karrh are honored to serve the legal needs of men and women who put their own lives on hold to protect our nation from threats both at home and abroad.

The law firm of Rogers, Hofrichter & Karrh is prepared to help their veteran clients at every part of the disability benefits application process. From considering whether they may be eligible to receive benefits to addressing a denied application, the firm’s dedicated staff works with clients as individuals to make sure their unique legal needs are appropriately managed.

Veterans operate as a unique population in the American citizenry. While they may have options for seeking benefits from the American government, they may be unaware of their rights and options for seeking the support they need to survive. Through work with the law firm of Rogers, Hofrichter & Karrh, veterans can feel confident that they are taking proactive steps toward securing the benefits they need to live their best lives.

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