How Quickly May My Child Receive Benefits?

by Kara Dolan-West | May 27, 2014 | Supplemental Security Income

Following are some conditions that may qualify:

• HIV infection;
• Total blindness;
• Total deafness;
• Cerebral palsy;
• Down syndrome;
• Muscular dystrophy;
• Severe intellectual disorder (child age 7 or older); and
• Birth weight below 2 pounds, 10 ounces.

If your child has one of the qualifying conditions, he or she will get SSI payments right away. However, the state agency may finally decide that your child’s disability is not severe enough for SSI. If that happens, you will not have to pay back the SSI payments that your child got.

For assistance with gaining the benefits your child needs and deserves, please contact The Bainbridge Firm.

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