Veterans who are disabled may have access to many different kinds of benefits through the veterans’ administration. Many benefits for disabled veterans are limited to veterans who have service-connected disabilities. However, there are some benefits available not on the basis of having been disabled while serving, but simply as a result of your service.
For example, if you become disabled and you meet certain criteria, you could be eligible for Aid & Attendance, which is an increase in pension benefits designed to help you to defray the costs of long-term care. There could also be other assistance available to you as well, such as medical foster care or adult daycare. The Law Office of Michael Robinson, P.C. will help you to identify appropriate benefits and services based on the cause of your disability, extent of your health issues and other factors.