If you are disabled, your children may be eligible to receive certain benefits. Make sure you are not missing out on anything that you’re entitled to by becoming informed. If you’re eligible for any of the following disability benefits for children, take action today by calling your local Social Security Disability attorney.
Types of Disability Benefits For Children
There are several ways in which one can receive disability benefits for children. Children of disabled or retired parents can be eligible to collect Social Security or Social Security Income (SSI) benefits if they meet any of the following conditions:
1.Low-income children who are disabled. Disabled children of low income families are eligible to collect Social Security Income (SSI) benefits until they reach the age of 18.
2.Children unqualified for SSI. If a child is younger than age 18, or is a 19-year-old full-time student, has a parent who is receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSD), they may be able to collect benefits as a dependent.
3.Adults who have been disabled since childhood. If an individual became disabled before the age of 22, they can collect disability benefits if one or both of their parents receives SSD or SSI.
How to Get Disability Benefits For Children
Being aware of the different disability benefits for children is only the first step. If you or your children aren’t receiving all of the benefits that you deserve, it’s time to take action today by calling Grech Law Firm. From application to appeal, we are here for you every step of the way! Call 586-203-3125 to learn more.