Claimants Over Fifty Years of Age Can Apply
for SSDI and SSI
You’ve been doing the work you were trained to do, the work you’ve done for decades. Then, suddenly, because of a disability, you can no longer pursue your career. What can you do?
You can retrain for a new occupation, but you’ll be competing with people in their twenties for job openings in your new field. Employers are reluctant to hire a fifty year old for an entry-level job. Because of the difficulty in finding new employment, it is crucial that disabled person over age fifty receive the Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits to which they are entitled.
At Kazmierczak & Kazmierczak, LLC, we are extremely successful helping disabled people over fifty in SSDI claims. Older workers often have a long and productive work history that can work to their advantage when seeking SSDI benefits.
To speak to a skilled SSDI claims lawyer about your specific situation, please contact Kazmierczak & Kazmierczak, LLC. We have represented thousands of people from across the U.S. in SSDI claims and appeals. We’d like to help you, too.
The Social Security Administration recognizes that it is often harder for disabled people age fifty and better to find new employment. They consider several factors when determining eligibility for SSD benefits.
Education: Do you have a high school degree or less? People with less education are less likely to be able to transition to a new type of work.
Background: If you’ve always performed jobs requiring physical labor, you may have difficulty securing other types of work.
Language: If you cannot speak English, you may be inhibited from finding a position.