Helping You Receive The SSDI Benefits You Need And Deserve

Disabled Adult Child Benefits

In order for a disabled adult child to qualify for SSA disability benefits on a parent’s account:

  1. An individual must have a deceased, retired or disabled parent
  2. Prove a disability onset prior to age 22
  3. Not be married
  4. Not have engaged in SGA (substantial gainful work activity) as defined in the Regulations in any year after reaching age 22

For more information on a disabled adult child’s claim, contact this office for a free consultation.