For Parents of Disabled Children-
Can I receive Social Security disability benefits for my disabled child?Social Security for children

If you have a child younger than 18 with a disability, your child may qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI).  Your child must meet the following requirements to qualify for SSI:

•Income requirements may also need to be met. More information can be obtained on the SSA website.

•Must have a physical or mental condition, or a combination of conditions, that result in “marked and severe functional limitations.”
•Condition must have lasted, or be expected to last, at least 12 months; or must be expected to result in death.

The Cochran Firm Disability Lawyer's Social Security disability lawyers can review your information and determine if your child is eligible to receive SSI. Fill out the form now to get started.

Income requirements may also need to be met. More information can be obtained on the SSA website (link: http://www.socialsecurity.gov/ssi/text-child-ussi.htm)


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