Alabama veterans disability network

New Cellular Network Providing Information About Alabama Veterans Disability Benefits

by Staff Blogger | July 29th, 2014

Tens of thousands of veterans in Alabama are unable to work and eligible for Alabama veterans disability benefits. Unfortunately, many of these individuals fail to reach out for assistance. One of the reasons for this is a lack of communication between the federal government, their agencies, and veterans.

One Alabama company is hoping to curb this problem by creating a hotline that provides information to veterans about available services and benefits. According to The Randolph Leader, citizens can get information from the network by calling 1-231-460-1060. This network—provided by local company Audiocast365.com—provides data on topics like services, benefits, and news and events pertaining to veterans benefits. Users are also capable of leaving feedback in the form of comments.

Access to the system is available 24/7 and can service any amount of calls that are received at one time.

The system is a first of it’s kind in the United States and will be supplemented by weekly Department of Veterans’ Affairs updates through the Alabama Veterans Cellular Broadcasting Network.

The Birmingham personal injury lawyers with Norris Injury Lawyers are aware of the difficulties that accompany veterans not having access to the information they need about disability benefits. That’s why we’re hopeful the new cellular networking system will be a success.