How Children Can Obtain SSD Benefits
For more than 40 years, Wood and Carlton, P.C., has helped clients across Mississippi and west Tennessee obtain their Social Security Disability (SSD) children’s benefits. Our experienced attorneys hold nearly a century’s worth of combined legal experience.
This experience means we hold the seasoned legal experience that can only be gained over the course of decades. We understand our local SSD system works in our area and how to prove our clients’ eligibility for SSD children’s benefits as quickly as possible.
Disability Benefits For Children: Experienced Lawyers Serving Mississippi And Western Tennessee
We work closely with all of our clients to put together a plan of proof to establish their eligibility for children’s benefits. Our firm’s intensive client-centered approach to eligibility issues gets results: Our skilled attorneys have put millions of dollars in the hands of our clients, funds our clients need to meet disability-related expenses today and in the future.
When necessary, we involve outside professionals in developing your case for eligibility. Our team has helped a number of people establish eligibility for their SSD children’s benefits, including:
- Unmarried disabled minor children (adopted children, stepchildren and grandchildren)
- Unmarried disabled adult children who were disabled before turning 22 years old
- Disabled adult children who are married to another individual receiving these benefits
Should no single factor by itself make you eligible for children’s benefits, we will analyze your entire situation to show that you are unable to perform any meaningful work or that you meet a “listing” This fact-intensive process means understanding all of the various conditions afflicting you and demonstrating how the cumulative effect of these conditions means that you are eligible for these benefits.
SSD Children’s Benefits: Corinth-Area Attorneys
Contact us today at one of our conveniently located Mississippi offices in Corinth, Pontotoc or Tupelo by calling 662-841-2003. You can also schedule your free initial consultation with our office by contacting us online. All communications between potential clients and our firm remain entirely confidential.