Social Security Disability Insurance benefits provide additional help when the disabled person has children. Even if the other parent is working, Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits are increased by 50% if there are dependent children. When you apply for SSD, be sure you also pursue Social Security Disability family benefits eligibility.
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When you have worked for a total of five years out of the last ten years, paying FICA from every paycheck, you have earned Social Security Disability Insurance benefits. SSDI is a safety net for workers and their families. If your children depend on your support, then it makes sense for your SSDI benefits to help the children, too.
Our Social Security Disability benefits lawyers know all the details of SSDI laws. We know how to make sure all your documentation is in order and that you receive all the compensation you need and deserve.
Social Security Disability Insurance was created to protect disabled people and their families from a disability that prevents a parent from working.
Brad Myler & Associates, headquartered in Utah, has a nationwide network of Social Security Disability attorneys who have extensive experience pursuing Social Security Disability Insurance SSI claims, belong to the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives (NOSSCR), and are dedicated to obtaining disability insurance benefits for genuinely disabled people.
Wherever in the U.S. you live, Brad Myler & Associates assures you of local, personal service in pursuing your Social Security Disability claim.
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