Yes, there are five (5) major types of Social Security Disability benefits. Our firm specializes in representing claimant’s who are seeking disability insurance benefits. Which is paid to individuals who have worked five out of the last ten years who are now disabled?
If your spouse has passed away you may be eligible for widows and widowers benefits. Your spouse must have worked enough under the Social Security Act to be insured, you must be at least 50 and you must have become disabled within a certain period of time after the death of your spouse.
Disabled adults child benefits are paid to a child who became disabled for age 22 and whose parents are now decreased who are drawing Social Security Disability retirement benefits. Disability insurance benefits, disabled widow/widower benefits and disabled child benefits are paid regardless of person wealth. The benefits are paid based on an earnings record.
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Answering these broad-based questions isn’t easy. Help is a phone call away. You can contact Nancy Cavey, an experienced long-term disability attorney at 727-894-3188.