Widows or Widowers and Disability for Survivors

Widows or Widowers and Disability for Survivors

If you are widow or a widower of a person who was receiving SSDI benefits, there is a chance that you can still benefit from those payments after your loved one has passed. You may be able to receive benefits as early as age 50 if you are disabled and the disability started before or within seven years of your spouse's death.

To speed up the process and guarantee that you get the benefits you need, you should fill out an adult disability report. Our team at the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC is well-versed in all disability benefits procedures.

We can help you file the correct paperwork and talk with the correct individuals to ensure that you get the proper assistance in your case. With our team of attorneys there to help you, you will be able to argue for disability benefits or challenge denied disability.

Call our office today if you want to talk more about widow or widower survivor benefits!