Disability Benefits for Wounded Veterans
The costs of war exceed the prices paid for weaponry, military technology, transport, and supplies. Frequently, servicepersons sustain injuries which may permanently affect their lives. Many veterans return home with hindering disabilities, some of which may allow them to qualify for Social Security benefits such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance. However, the rules surrounding the disbursement of these benefits are often unclear, and many veterans do not realize that they qualify, or they are unsure how to make their claim.
If you are a disabled veteran and would like assistance with your Social Security claim, or if you have had your initial claim denied, the Indiana Social Security lawyers at the Hankey Law Office, P.C., are committed to helping you to obtain the benefits to which you are entitled. Contact us by calling 317-634-8565 to arrange for a consultation.
Veteran Benefit Information
The regulations that pertain to Social Security benefits for veterans are very strict and intended to weed out any false claims. To qualify as disabled, you must have a medical condition or disability that will prevent you from doing any substantial work. This condition must last, or be expected to last, at least one year. It is crucial to file your claim as soon as possible because there is a limited time frame where you will qualify for benefits should your health improve.
If you are a disabled veteran, you may qualify for Social Security benefits. The Indiana Social Security attorneys at the Hankey Law Office, P.C., are committed to helping our clients to secure the benefits which they are due. Contact us at 317-634-8565 to learn more about your rights.