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Disability Law Offices of Tony Adderley

Veterans Disability And Social Security Disability

  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: June 15, 2015
CA Workers’ Comp Permanent Disability

If you are a veteran and you qualify, you may be able to receive VA Disability Compensation while also receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). If you qualify for VA Pension – a benefit paid to disabled veterans with little or no financial resources – you may also qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and receive both benefits. It can get complicated, so if you are anywhere in southern California, it’s best to get advice and help from an experienced Los Angeles Social Security disability attorney.

A good disability benefits lawyer can help you determine which benefits you’re eligible to receive, review you applications and paperwork, and make sure that you’ve seen the right doctors and that you’re providing the right medical information. If your application for SSI or SSDI benefits is rejected, a good disability benefits lawyer will handle an appeal on your behalf. If you don’t have an attorney’s help, any mistake at any point in the process could substantially delay or entirely derail your effort to obtain the disability payments you deserve.

Probably the main distinction between Social Security disability and VA disability is that you don’t need to be totally disabled to receive VA compensation. Social Security, on the other hand, does not compensate disability applicants for “partial” disability. Despite that, approval for Social Security benefits may not help you obtain VA benefits. Even if you are disabled according to the Social Security Administration, the Veterans Benefits Administration considers other factors, such as whether or not a disability is service-related.

Yes, it can get complicated, but if you are disabled in southern California, you should have every cent that is rightfully yours. If you’re recently disabled, speak with a disability benefits attorney right away to begin the process. If you’ve been rejected for SSI or for SSDI, let an experienced Los Angeles Social Security disability attorney handle your appeal, set the record straight, and help you finally obtain the compensation you deserve. The process can take some time, so make the call immediately.

About the Author Tony Adderley has been working as a professional advocate for
individuals entitled to Social Security Disability (SSD) and worker’s
compensation benefits for more than 20 years.