A serious injury or illness can have a long-lasting effect on your life if you suffer from a long-term disability that has made you unable to work. At Frank G. Lidinsky, P.A, we are committed to helping clients with their Social Security Disability claims. If you are disabled and seeking Social Security Disability benefits, it is best to have an experienced attorney on your side. Our firm has served Social Security clients in the Baltimore area for over 30 years.

At Frank G. Lidinsky, P.A., we understand the frustration of being denied a Social Security Disability claim. If you are considering a claim or have filed one and been denied benefits, we invite you to contact our firm for a free consultation. We can help you fight for your rights and collect benefits. Our Social Security Disability practice includes:

  • Social Security Disability
    • Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)
    • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Social Security Disability Appeals

We represent a wide range of clients at all levels of the SSD process, including the initial claim; reconsideration; a hearing by an administrative law judge; a review by the Appeals Council; and a federal court review.

Experience Working in the Social Security Administration

Attorney Frank G. Lidinsky is a former employee of the Social Security Administration’s national headquarters in Woodlawn, Maryland. He has extensive experience in Social Security law. He has firm knowledge of internal proceedings and an insider’s view of how the system works.

Contact an Attorney As Soon As Possible

If you are disabled and are considering applying for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, it is important to speak with an attorney. Beginning with the filing of your paperwork, we can help you overcome the roadblocks involved with your claim.

For a free initial consultation with an experienced attorney, contact an attorney at Frank G. Lidinsky, P.A. today. There is no attorney’s fee if your claim is denied! The Social Security law regulates all attorneys’ fees and provides that all attorneys’ fees are subject to the review and approval of an Administrative Law Judge. All cases are accepted on a contingency basis and there is a cap on the maximum fee charged against the initial retroactive benefit awarded. We put our clients’ needs first and will help you fight for the benefits you deserve.