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Can I Get Veterans’ Disability If I Was Dishonorably Discharged?


Generally, a veteran seeking disability benefits from the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) must have been discharged from service under conditions other than dishonorable. Therefore, if a veteran is discharged in the following classifications, he or she is likely to receive benefits if otherwise qualified: under honorable conditions, general, and honorable discharge.

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Proving You Are Disabled


The disability claim process is stressful and part of the reason for that is because you are responsible for providing proof of your disability. You might be wondering, then, what do you need to prove in order to successfully make a disability claim? In this video, we address that topic.

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Can Your HIV Status Qualify You for Social Security Disability Assistance?


Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a government program that pays benefits to people who are too disabled to work. If you are HIV-positive, and you have medical problems related to your HIV-status that prevent you from working, you may be eligible for SSDI benefits.

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Appealing A Veteran’s Disability Claim Denial


While learning that the VA denied your disability claim can make things more stressful, you are not without help. If you have been denied veterans disability benefits contact our offices today at 877.236.7366 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your options.

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