Representing Clients in Matters of Social Security, Long Term Disability, Worker’s Compensation and
Family Law for Over 25 Years.

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Social Security Disability Law Firm in Ohio

A history of successful representation

We know how difficult it can when you need government benefits or face a domestic relations dispute.  We take care of you from start to finish.

The Law Firm of David E. Friedes, Attorney at Law, helps with cases involving hearings, denials, trials, and appeals to state and federal judiciaries:

David E. Friedes maintains a license to practice in the State of Ohio.  This allows our firm to practice before the Social Security Administration nationwide.  Contact our office to make sure we handle cases in your area.

The experience your Social Security case needs

David E. Friedes began his private practice in 1984.  His father, a retired Social Security Administrative Law judge, greatly influenced Mr. Friedes’ practice of law and he focuses on helping people get the federal benefits they deserve. 

You work one-on-one with Mr. Friedes from the beginning of the case.  We learn the facts of your case, discuss your options, and use the law to you benefit.  The Law Firm of David E. Friedes, Attorney at Law, does more than just argue your case – we help you, guide you, and show you the way through the legal process.

We have the experience you need to get the quality representation you deserve.  You can see some examples of our recent Social Security case success and get more information about federal and Ohio state cases. 

Learn more about what is important to your case and let us answer your questions.

Call 1 419 842-9902 for a SSI attorney in Ohio.
Call toll free outside Toledo, Ohio area 1-888-680-6620

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