Children and Social Security Disability Insurance

Children and Social Security Disability Insurance

Being unable to work due to a disability is difficult for many adults, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) can help. When a parent is afflicted with a disability, however, their children also experience a difficult time. Social Security offers disability benefits for the children of a disabled individual which can prove vital for parents who are faced with a disability and have children. There are some very important considerations involving Social Security Disability Insurance and children and a talented attorney can often prove particularly helpful in these situations.

Distinguishing between SSI and SSDI

Distinguishing between SSI and SSDI

The Social Security Administration offers several types of benefits to disabled individuals including Supplemental Security Income (SSI), which is funded by general fund taxes, and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), which is funded by payroll taxes. Both of these programs are similar in that they provide benefits to individuals with disabilities and are managed by the Social Security Administration, but there are some distinct differences between the two programs. An individual who is considering filing for SSI or SSDI should consider retaining the assistance of a skilled

Navigating SSA Form 3368

Navigating SSA Form 3368

Form SSA 3368, which is also known as the Adult Disability Report Reform, is one of the most vital forms of filing for disability benefits. The Disability Determination Service (DDS) uses the form to review a person’s disability claim and ultimately make a decision about whether that individual is eligible for benefits. Whether the form is filed online or as a hard copy, the assistance of a skilled disability attorney is often essential because these forms detail all of the essential elements for a Social Security Administration disability application.