November 11th, 2013|
November 11, 2013
For soldiers who are unable to work due to a disability caused by their military service, making ends meet on the benefits they receive from the government can sometimes prove to be extremely difficult. The Social Security Disability Lawyers with Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin say a new tool may now be able to offer some assistance to disabled veterans though.
According to an article published by The Washington Post, several organizations are partnering together to allow veterans to use an online tool that will evaluate their Social Security benefits to ensure they are receiving all the assistance they qualify for. Better yet, the tool is being offered to veterans free of charge today only.
In order to use the system, a veteran only has to simply log onto a webpage that hosts the tool. They then input their personal data into the tool and records are then evaluated to ensure the veteran is receiving their maximum benefits.
Surveys have shown this tool to be vital, considering a majority of soldiers and veterans are uneducated in the details surrounding their Social Security benefits. In fact, nearly nine out of ten veterans were unaware of the significant increase they will receive if they wait until they are 70-years-old to collect.
The law firm and their team of Veterans Social Security Disability Lawyers would encourage all veterans to take advantage of this free service today in order to ensure they are getting the benefits they deserve.