Older applicants have a higher change of approval. Typically what we find is applicants who are of advanced age or above the age of 50 have a much great approval rate than applicants who are under the age of 50. However if you believe you’re disabled you shouldn’t let age stop you from applying. Just know that the older you get especially if you’re above the age of 50 the greater your chances of winning are.
Do older Social Security Disability applicants have higher chance of approval?
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