Children’s Claims

In general, getting Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits for children is more challenging than getting benefits for adults. The reason is simple: The younger the person, the more stringent are the Social Security Administration’s requirements, because younger people are typically able to recover from medical issues at a faster rate. Furthermore, there may be challenges because of other available resources. For example, the parents’ income may lead to a denial of children’s Social Security benefits.

At the law office of R Steve Bowden & Associates PC, our attorneys have decades of experience. We are well-prepared to handle children’s SSD claims. If your child is disabled, turn to us. Whether you have not yet filed an application or you have been denied, we will stand by your side. Contact our North Carolina SSD lawyers for a free initial consultation.

Help For Children With Disabilities

The Social Security Administration is going to want to see proof of the child’s disability. This includes medical records showing a diagnosis of disability such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This also includes records from school that indicate a disruption to the normal routine, for example, records of special classes for students with learning disabilities, special services for speech problems or similar records.

Our lawyers will walk you through the process of gathering the necessary documentation and filing an application. If your application has been denied, that does not mean you have no further options. In reality, this is where our work begins. We will appeal the decision, working hard to get child SSD or child Supplemental Security Income (child SSI), depending on eligibility.

Work With An Experienced SSD Lawyer

Meeting your needs and getting you fair compensation is our goal at the law office of R Steve Bowden & Associates PC. We will stand by your side from start to finish, doing everything we can to help you and your family. Contact our Greensboro children’s Social Security Disability lawyers for a free initial consultation.

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