Many people who suffer from a chronic ailment believe their illness will not be covered under the disability program offered by Social Security Administration (SSA). The SSA defines disability as:
The Social Security Disability and the Veterans Disability Benefits are two different types of benefits suited to different individuals. The SSD or SSDI is a program designed by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The SSD and VA are completely different programs, which will be further explained.
What is Social Security Disability?
Obtaining VA benefits can often be a frustrating experience. There are many VA claims that are not approved due to common mistakes, such as filing out the application form incorrectly, not providing appropriate evidence of the medical symptoms and missing deadlines. Here are three key tips to improve the approval chances of your VA disability claim.