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On this 4th of July, the birth of our Nation, we want to dedicate our blog post to our Veterans seeking Social Security Disability benefits.  Our Veterans who have committed their lives to serving this country, and it is time for us to serve them as well. If you are a Veteran who has a […]

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And our Hearing Advocate, Patrice Callahan, was There to Help! The National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives Conference (NOSSCR), held annually, hosts SSDI attorneys and representative’s country-wide serving as pioneers in continuing legal education and furthering firm’s practices. In 1997, the first conference advocating for the disabled was held in New Orleans and now 40 […]

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Many US military veterans return home from active duty service with a debilitating injury or illness. Fortunately, these conditions are recognized by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and often qualify a former servicemember for monthly disability compensation. Regardless of whether you do or don’t qualify for VA benefits based on a service-connected condition, you […]

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If you are receiving VA benefits for a disability that occurred during your active duty military service, you may also qualify for other benefits through the Social Security Administration. While receiving VA benefits does not necessarily prevent you from qualifying for Social Security disability benefits each month, it could impact the amount of monthly compensation […]

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There are many different disabilities that could qualify a veteran for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. These disabilities could be mental or physical, and many qualify for a fast-track decision due to their severity. While the deciding factor in SSDI claims is whether or not you are unable to work due to a disability, […]

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Many active-duty military personnel wonder whether they can apply for and receive Social Security disability benefits. Normally, a person only qualifies for disability benefits if they are unable to maintain a full-time job. However, it can be difficult to obtain a discharge from active duty, even if an illness or injury occurs during service. As […]

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For many families, obtaining Social Security benefits often means the difference between making financial ends meet. However, current and former members of the US military often wonder whether receiving pay, pensions, or disability compensation from the VA will impact their eligibility for Social Security benefits. Whether or not military benefits such as these will impact […]

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Eligibility for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) depends on whether your current medical condition prevents you from working and how long you worked before becoming disabled. Serving on active duty is considered gainful employment by the Social Security Administration (SSA) and can therefore be counted toward a current or former servicemember’s eligibility for SSDI. However, […]

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All veterans who suffer from an illness or injury which prevents them from holding gainful employment have the right to pursue benefits through the Social Security Administration (SSA). However, waiting too long after leaving the workplace could limit the benefits you’re entitled to receive, depending on which disability program you file for. While Supplemental Security […]

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