Does the Social Security Administration Administer Any Other Disability Benefit Programs?

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In addition to SSDI and SSI, the Social Security Administration administers several other disability programs. These programs are meant for widows and widowers age 50 to 60 who become disabled and for some adults who became disabled between the ages of 18 to 22 and are dependent on a disabled or deceased individual. There are numerous legal requirements for these programs, so to see if you may qualify, please contact the experienced disability attorneys at Terry Katz & Associates for a free consultation.

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