Children can be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits

Jun 10, 2010 | Social Security, Social Security Benefits

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Do you have a child with a disability that severely limits their activities? You may not know this, but your child may be eligible for social Security Disability benefits.

The Herald-Bulletin reports that if you have a minor living with you who has a disability, and you have limited income resources, then you may qualify for Social Security Disability.

There are several conditions that must be met in order to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. Some requirements are the child must be under 18, not working, and have a physical or mental disability resulting in marked and severe functional limitations.

If you have a situation in which you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits, the Social Security Disability attorneys at Newlin Disability can help.

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