Baltimore, Maryland Disability Attorneys

Compare 3 attorneys and 3 law firms in Baltimore, MD. Sort by highest rating and years of disability experience.

Joseph Owens
1.0/5.0
1 Review

Baltimore disability attorney at Owens Law with 19 years experience

(443) 963-9704

10 East Mulberry Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

Robert Ferguson Jr.

Baltimore disability attorney at Ferguson Schetelich and Ballew with 47 years experience

(410) 837-2200

100 South Charles Street, Suite 1401, Baltimore, MD 21201

Steven Wrobel

Baltimore disability attorney at Rosenberg Martin Greenberg with 29 years experience

(410) 727-6600

25 South Charles Street, 21st Floor, Baltimore, MD 21201

Need help with Social Security Disability?

If you are unable to work due to a long-term injury or disability you may be eligible for disability benefits or social security disability benefits (SSDI). While you have a legal right to apply for disability benefits on your own (without a lawyer), it might not be in your best interests. Cases can take up to two years and many first-time applicants are denied. Hiring a qualified disability attorney will increase your chances of getting approved or winning an appeal.

Need an attorney in Baltimore, MD?

Find the right attorney by reviewing and comparing our profiles of lawyers and their law firms, with details on each attorney and their colleague’s practice, experience, education, training, honors and fee structure. Carefully consider client reviews and recommendations from people just like you. If you have complex legal needs, a larger firm with multiple attorneys who can advise you in different areas may be the best fit. If your needs are more limited and very specific, consider a smaller firm. Speak with several Baltimore disability attorneys to find the one that is best for you.

Ask yourself the 3 C’s:

  • Credentials ‐ How many cases has this attorney worked on similar to yours?
  • Comfort ‐ Who are you most comfortable working with? Is the lawyer’s office nearby? How and how often will they get in touch with you?
  • Cost ‐ Have expected costs and fees been clearly explained to you? It’s OK to ask for an estimate.