The Social Security Administration (SSA) has several qualifications you must meet to qualify for disability benefits as a disabled adult child:
- You’re 18 or older.
- You’re not married and have never been married.
- You’re not working, and have never worked and earned a dollar amount SSA considers to be gainful.
- One of your parents paid enough Social Security taxes through work and is deceased, or now receives Social Security Disability or retirement benefits.
- You have medical conditions that have made it impossible for you to work since before age 22.
If you have questions about how disabled adult child disability benefits apply to you, contact us at Nash Disability Law.
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