Disabled War Veterans Benefits

Vietnam veteran benefits

If you'’ve served your country…we want to serve you. Many military veterans are entitled to a wide range of government benefits and don’t know it. Even if you are receiving some veteran benefits, most likely you are missing out on many more. At Craig Swapp & Associates, we’re here to help you receive the financial help you’re entitled to.

Call us today toll-free at 1-800-404-9000 and let’s talk about your military service and what benefits you are entitled to. There’s no charge or obligation to talk with our experienced veteran benefits attorney.

As a veteran you probably served all over the world and maybe were even involved in wars or other military conflicts: Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, Korea, the Balkans, etc. During your service you may have been exposed to hostile environments and war zones that are now affecting your health. Special benefits are in place to help those veterans who are now suffering physically and emotionally. You should be particularly concerned if you have any of the following health issues:

  • Cancer
  • Depression
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Gulf War Syndrome
  • Immunity Issues
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Orthopedic or back problems
  • Heart Disease

At Craig Swapp & Associates, we know that your case is special. We are determined to fight for your rights under the law. And remember, you owe us nothing for our services unless we win for you and recover your past and present benefits.

Common Veteran Benefit Questions

disabled veterans benefitsI’m still working. Am I still eligible to receive benefits? Yes! Many veterans and their families are unaware of their government benefits. You are entitled to these benefit programs regardless of whether you’re working, retired or on disability. Even if you are receiving monthly benefits now, our job is to find additional benefits that you are unaware of.

If I receive veteran benefits, will it impact my ability to collect social security disability? No, veteran benefits are completely separate from Social Security disability claims or retirement pensions. However, when health concerns are factored in, the process can become quite complicated. Our veteran benefits attorney understands how to maximize your disability payout from all programs that you’re entitled to.

I’m over 65 and am now receiving Social Security. I served in Vietnam, which was over forty years ago. Do these two factors prevent me from receiving veterans’ benefits? No, your benefits do not stop regardless of your age or how long ago you served. Our job is to make sure that, as a veteran, you are receiving all government benefits – past and present – that you are fully entitled to.

Can I do this myself? Many try, but dealing with multiple government bureaucracies and agencies can be frustrating and time consuming. The system is very complicated, involving detailed paperwork and required documentation. If you’re unfamiliar with the process, you may wait years for benefits and even then you could be short-changed. Before approaching the government, we recommend that you call our experienced veteran benefits lawyer for a free, no-obligation consultation. Contact Craig Swapp & Associates today at 1-800-404-9000 or online using our convenient submission form.

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