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Study finds impact of PTSD long-lasting for war veterans
Posted September 05, 2014

Post-traumatic stress disorder is one of the most common ailments veterans of any war deal with when returning home. This is a long-lasting disease that can affect a veteran for years; they should seek veterans disability benefits as soon as possible to help stabilize themselves financially and medically.


Economist says SSA disability not ‘out of control’
Posted August 28, 2014

Although there has been plenty of hand-wringing in recent years about the state of the Social Security Administration’s disability program, Chad Stone chief economist at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, wrote on U.S. News and World Report that issues at hand can be quite manageable.


Mental health screenings essential for veterans
Posted August 18, 2014

Every day, we see more veterans come back home with mental illness. Unfortunately, post traumatic stress disorder, depression and alcohol misuse and more have been all too common. A new study from General Hospital Psychiatry has found that veterans who receive mental health care screenings during their primary care visits are likely getting better follow-up care. However, the study also found that getting this care via veterans benefits could be much improved.


Epilepsy affects many; disability benefits may be available
Posted August 14, 2014

Many who are not affected may not realize it, but epilepsy can be debilitating for those who suffer. More than 2 million people across the United States are impacted by this illness each year. In many severe cases, the sufferer can likely qualify for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration.