Child SSI Disability Attorneys
Guiding Disabled Children & Their Parents
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for children provides monthly benefits to minors who are considered medically blind or disabled according to the Social Security Administration. A child can be eligible for SSI benefits as early as their date of birth and receive them no later than their 18th birthday Acquiring SSI benefits can be confusing and tedious—fortunately, you don’t have to navigate the application process on your own.
Our team of Pennsylvania child SSI disability attorneys at Rubin & Badame, Attorneys at Law, P.C. can assist you. Let us help you get the financial support you need for you, your child, and your family to thrive.If you are looking to acquire SSI disability benefits for your child, contact us today. We will meet with you for a free consultation to review whether your child is eligible as well as answer any questions you may have.
How Does My Child Qualify?
Raising one or more children is already a time consuming and expensive task—raising someone with a disability requires even more effort and resources. Receiving monthly SSI benefits can help immensely by guaranteeing regular payments exclusively for your child and their needs.
To qualify for monthly SSI payments the child must be:
- Not their head of household
- Under the age of 18
Once the above has been established, other criteria include:
- Meet a Blue Book listing of impairment
- And/or Medically equal listing of impairment
- And/or Functionally equal the listing
- There are 6 categories- Two (2) have to be markedly limited and One (1) has to be extremely limited.
However, securing SSI benefits for children isn’t easy. This is where we come in. At Rubin & Badame, Attorneys at Law, P.C., we have extensive experience representing disabled individuals throughout the country.
What Expenses Do SSI Benefits Cover?
Your child’s monthly SSI payments amount will vary based on several factors, including where you live and whether your child has any countable income of their own. That said, the federal base rate as of 2020 is $783 per month
Monthly SSI payments may be allotted for the following expenses:
- Securing basic needs for your child, like food and shelter
- Paying for medical bills and other expenses
- Paying off debts, such as past due medical bills
- Other personal needs for your child, such as clothing and recreation
Get Started on Your Case Today
It is never too early or too late to reach out to one of our attorneys regarding receiving benefits for your child. Whether you are looking to get benefits for a newborn with a pre-existing condition or a teenager who has recently acquired a disability, we can help. Our team of disability attorneys brings over 30 years of combined experience to each case, and we strive to make every single one of our clients feel as though they are our only client.
For personalized and compassionate legal counsel, contact us today at (610) 595-4917 or send us a message online. We look forward to assisting you and your family!
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