Disabled Veterans

Follow these helpful and informative posts for Veterans from the experts at SSDHelpNow.com. We’ve helped thousands of people across the country get the Disability benefits they need. We can help you too.

Six real-life coping skills for veterans suffering from PTSD - SSDHelpNow.com

Six real-life coping skills for veterans suffering from PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) occurs after an individual experiences a traumatic or life-threatening event. While most survivors eventually return to normal, some have reactions that don’t go away – or may even get worse. They are often left with nightmares, flashbacks, depression, anxiety, insomnia, grief, or a host of other debilitating symptoms.
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Social Security Disability Benefits for Wounded Warriors

For more than a decade, the Social Security Administration has been expediting Social Security Disability Benefits for Wounded Warriors. Service members who get injured during active duty (on or after October 1, 2001) are eligible for fast-track processing, which can shave months or, even years, off the time it can take to get approved and awarded Disability benefits.
100% Disabled Veterans Get Priority - SSDHelpNow.com

100% Disabled Veterans Get High Priority from the Social Security Administration

Applying for Social Security Disability benefits can be a long and drawn out process ― unless you are a 100% disabled veteran. In that case, you get high priority. In March 2014, the Social Security Administration (SSA) launched a new initiative and began fast-tracking paperwork for veterans who have been deemed 100% disabled by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA).
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Collect Social Security Disability and VA Veterans Disability Benefits

Let’s face it. Applying for and collecting veteran disability benefits is confusing. There’s red tape – and plenty of it. One of the biggest misconceptions is that veterans can’t collect Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits if they’re already collecting Veteran Affairs (VA) Disability benefits. We’re here to lay that myth to rest. It is possible to collect both simultaneously.
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Veterans Health Problems

Wounds of war aren’t left on the battlefield. When military men and women return home after a tour of duty, they bring with them more than just honor and glory. They bring a host of unique health troubles. Some injuries, such as lost limbs or combat wounds, are immediate and obvious. Other ailments, such as lung disease and mental health issues, can develop over time and are often ill-defined. Here’s a look at common veterans’ health problems:
Fireworks can trigger PTSD - SSDHelpNow.com

Fireworks Can Trigger PTSD

It may be America’s birthday, but not everyone looks forward to Fourth of July celebrations ― especially military veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Ironically, the most patriotic holiday ― and the loud and vibrant fireworks that come with it ― can be extremely nerve-wracking for veterans who fought for our freedoms.