SHELBY County, Shelbyville, Indiana Disability Attorneys
Shelby County Indiana was organized in 1821 and named after Isaac Shelby, Kentucky’s first and fifth Governor.The county seat, Shelbyville, was incorporated on January 21, 1850 and is located approximately 26 miles southeast of Indianapolis Indiana. Shelbyville was originally inhabited by American Indians.Shelbyville was part of the “New Purchase” of 1820, a treaty between native American Indians and the United States.The treaty was signed in 1818 in Ohio and ceded an enormous amount of land to the U.S. Government.The lands became Shelbyville, Indiana and were open for pioneer settlers two years later.
Shelbyville is home to the first railroad built in the state (1830’s) connecting Shelbyville to Indianapolis.Thomas Hendricks, a Democrat from Shelbyville, served Indiana as a United States Senator, a United States representative, governor, and as Vice President under Grover Cleveland.Shelbyville’s active Historical Society recently had Mr. Hendricks original log home rebuilt.
For many years, furniture manufacturing was the chief industry of Shelbyville since fine hardwoods were in abundance in the surrounding area.As forests gave way to farms, the furniture business ceased to dominate the local manufacturing field.Today Shelbyville is a community of diverse successful industries.
Long Term Disability
O’Ryan Law Firm focuses mainly on long term disability claims, representing policyholders across Indiana. We understand the challenges and frustrations in pursuing a disability claim. We also understand insurance companies and how they operate. If you have a claim that has been wrongfully denied, O’Ryan Law Firm can assist you in enforcing your rights under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) or state law. Without a lawyer, this can be a tiring and confusing process. We try to resolve cases as quickly as possible because we understand that you need the money quickly to help with medical bills and lost income.
When you purchase a life insurance policy, you should be assured of the financial help you need when a loved one passes away. If you have lost a loved one and the insurance company is denying your claim, O’Ryan Law Firm can help. Bridget O'Ryan, is familiar with how the insurance industry will try to keep you from getting the benefits you need and deserve. Some insurance companies may claim that the coverage had lapsed, the death was not accidental, or that there was a change in the beneficiary. O’Ryan Law Firm utilizes forensic experts, pathologists and private investigators to prove that the insurance company's allegations are false and you are entitled to the life insurance benefits your loved one provided for your protection.
If you have been denied long term disability, short term disability, medical coverage, life insurance benefits, or Social Security Disability benefits we can answer all your questions. There is no charge for a free initial consultation. Contact O’Ryan Law firm either online or by phone at (317) 255-1000