The Lowery Law Group
Phone (843) 991-0733
Fax (843) 628-4895
245 Seven Farms Drive
Charleston, SC 29492
If you are a veteran, you may qualify for compensation for physical or psychological conditions that were caused by a service-connected event.
VA benefits are payable at various rates depending on your medical condition and degree of injury. Even if you are working full time, you can still apply for these benefits to replace earnings lost because of your service-connected illness or injury.
What type of Veteran’s Claims do we handle?
Lowery Law Group represents veterans in claims for service connected disability compensation benefits. VA service connected disability benefits are monthly payments made to veterans, and, in some cases, their families. A veteran does not need to be 100% disabled to receive compensation benefits. Disability payments are based on the percentage disability rating assigned for the affected body part and degree of severity. To receive compensation, the disability needs to have occurred or be related to an event in service.
Can I receive Social Security Disability benefits and VA Disability benefits at the same time?
Yes, if you are not able to work due to your medical conditions and are receiving Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, you can receive VA Disability benefits at the same time without the amounts being offset.