Do You Need a Widow/Widowers Disability Benefits Attorney?
If you are disabled, you may be entitled to Social Security disability benefits if your working spouse dies. To qualify, you must:
- Be between the ages of 50 and 60,
- Meet Social Security’s definition of a disabled person
- Your disability must have started within seven years of your spouse’s death.
“Enlisting the aid of a knowledgeable Social Security disability lawyer may help you get the benefits you need.”
What You Need to Know About Widow and Widower’s Disability
A disabling condition can make work and other activities of daily life more difficult. Your spouse worked outside the home and produced income to support your family. The death of a working spouse can leave disabled dependents vulnerable. Social Security disability benefits can provide a safety net to disabled widows and disabled widowers who have lost a spouse who was the family breadwinner.
The Social Security Administration has a specific program for disabled widows and widowers to obtain cash assistance based on their spouse’s history of earnings. In many cases, widow and widower disability benefits may be a significant source of income for people who qualify for them. But the rules for qualifying can be complicated.
Seeking the guidance of a knowledgeable widow’s benefits lawyer can make all the difference in the process in your receiving disability benefits without delays.
Turn to Trusted Widows and Widowers’ Benefits Lawyer
The experienced disability benefits lawyers at Disparti Law Group, P.A., have helped disabled individuals in Florida obtain widow and widower’s disability and other disability benefits for 30 years. Whether you are in Tampa, Holiday, Miami, St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Port Charlotte, Fort Myers, Naples or Bonita Springs, one of our Florida Social Security disability attorneys is ready to assist. Contact a knowledgeable widow and widower’s disability benefits lawyer at Disparti Law Group, P.A., toll free at 888-861-7757, or use our online contact form. We offer an initial consultation free of charge. If we handle your case, we will work on a contingency fee basis. Call today!
How Can I Afford to Hire a Widow/Widowers Disability Benefits Lawyer?
During an initial consultation, which is free, we will review the specifics of your accident and discuss your legal options. If we determine that we can handle your case, we will represent you on a contingent fee basis. You will not be charged for legal fees or costs unless we obtain compensation for you through a settlement or court award. At that time, the fee for our legal representation will come from a percentage of the final award.animation_offset=”bottom-in-view”
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