The typical SSDI beneficiaries are in their late 50’s, 70 percent are over age 50, and 30 percent are 60 years old or older and suffer from a severe mental, musculoskeletal, circulatory, respiratory, or other debilitating impairment. Labor market prospects for individuals with these problems are poor, and the Social Security disability system is an important safety net for them. The monthly benefits received and potential for Medicare health insurance (following 24 months of eligibility) are also critically important. For more information, contact us today.
Social Security Disability and Age
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