Benefits as a “Disabled Adult Child” Infographic

How to Get Disability Benefits as a “Disabled Adult Child” Infographic

If you’ve lived with serious health impairments from a young age, you likely haven’t paid enough into the Social Security Disability system to qualify for monthly income assistance. Now that you’re an adult, however, you may be able to get benefits if one of your parents qualifies for Social Security benefits. These are called “disabled adult child” benefits. They can provide crucial financial relief to you. But the process is complicated. Nash Disability Law helps you navigate the system and improve your financial stability. We’ve helped more Chicago area people get benefits than any other law firm. See this chart to learn how to qualify for benefits as a “disabled adult child.”