Handling Social Security Disability Claims With Experience
If you’ve been injured or developed an illness on the job and you’re unable to work as a result, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability.
If you have been denied, Warren R. Baldys Attorney at Law can help you request a hearing and he can represent you before an Administrative Law Judge.
Backed by more than four decades of practice and countless satisfied clients, our firm is both respected and trusted. For local legal guidance in Williamsport, you can count on us for help – and it won’t cost you a penny to start. We represent clients on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay nothing until your case is won.
How We Can Help With Your SSD Case
With the right Social Security Disability attorney on your side, you can confidently seek the benefits you rightfully deserve. At Warren R. Baldys Attorney at Law, we provide strategic, personalized legal representation to meet your individual needs. Work with our team and benefit from:
- No upfront fees or hidden costs. If we don’t win, you do not owe legal fees. Also you need not worry about how you’ll afford out-of-pocket expenses. We front the legal costs associated with your case and ask for payment at the end of your case.
- Open communication with your lawyer. You’ll never be left in the dark about what’s going on in your case. At all times, you’ll have access to the lawyer working on your SSD claim and you’ll be provided with frequent updates regarding the status of your case.
- 40-plus years of trial experience. For the past four decades, we’ve been committed to helping injury victims seek the compensation owed to them. In this time, we’ve developed winning strategies both in and out of the courtroom.
What To Do If Your Claim Was Denied
If you’ve already filed for Social Security disability and you believe your claim was wrongfully denied, we can assist you. You may be able to request a hearing at which I can represent you.
In preparation for the hearing we gather medical evidence which we submit to the Judge before your hearing.
Examples of accidents and illnesses which can be disabling:
- Neck and back injuries
- Coronary artery disease
- Congestive heart failure
- Hearing or vision loss
- Asthma or COPD
- Cerebral palsy
- Parkinson’s disease
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Mental disorders
- Other injuries or medical conditions which prevent you from working.
Your impairment must prevent you from doing the type of work you have done in the past fifteen years and from doing other full-time work for which you are qualified by your age, education and work experience