December 2020

Can You Receive Disability Benefits For Epilepsy?

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If you suffer from epileptic seizures and medication doesn’t prevent you from having frequent disruptive seizures, you may be eligible for Social Security disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Qualifying for Disability Benefits Due to Epilepsy Epilepsy is one of the many conditions listed in the Social Security Administration’s Blue Book. If you meet…

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Can A Child Receive Disability Benefits?

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The Social Security Disability attorneys at DA Michigan frequently receive questions concerning children’s eligibility for disability benefits. When parents receive Social Security disability benefits, their children may also be eligible for benefits. Read below to find out more. If I’m Approved for Disability, Will My Child Get Benefits? In 2021, the SSA distributed an average of…

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