Social Security Disability For Claimants Over The Age of 50

Social Security Disability For Claimants Over The Age of 50

Claimants over the age of 50 have a better chance of being approved for Social Security Disability benefits as the definition of disability changes for people older than 50.

If physical impairment requirements are not met, claimants over 50 can still be approved based on a grid system that evaluates age, education and related past work and skills. Once a claimant turns 55, getting approved gets even easier.

If you are over age 50, the Social Security Administration will consider your age as well as  your medical condition and limited work experience in adjusting to other work.  At age 55 or older, the Social Security Administration recognizes that you may have significant problems in adjusting to other work and the Social Security Administration also has specific rules for those who are closely  approaching retirement age (age 60 and older).

Call the law office of Michael Monce at (859)344-8090 if you are over age 50 and have any questions about filing for Social Security Disability benefits

The process of applying for SSDI or SSI benefit claims can be complicated. Many applicants end up frustrated due to the long wait times and technical nature of the application process. Hiring a

Social Security Disability attorney such as Michael Monce not only streamlines the application process, it increases your chances of winning a claim.

If you’re looking for a Social Security Disability lawyer in the Northern Kentucky, Southeast Indiana, or Greater Cincinnati area call the law office of Michael Monce at (859)344-8090