Does Someone Receive The Same Disability Benefits After Reaching The Age of 18 That They Received As A Minor?
There are rules and guidelines for what we call a child disability versus adult disabilities. Usually at age eighteen or nineteen,depending if the child is still in high school after age eighteen, they will pull it up for review. That does not mean that the benefits will discontinue, but they do what is called a continuing disability review to ensure that the disability is continuing and also to ensure that they meet the qualifications under the adult disability standards because they are a little bit different in some cases than they are for the children’s disability. For more information on Social Security Disability Benefits, a free initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (813) 873-0180 today.