CARROLL COUNTY, INDIANA
Carroll County, Delphi Indiana Disability Attorneys
Carroll County was formed in 1828 and named after Charles Carroll, the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence. The county seat of Delphi was established the same year. Carroll County was the 58th of 92 counties in Indiana to be formed. In 1840, the Wabash and Erie Canal was built and operated until the early 1870s.
The canal began operating in the summer of 1843 and continued for about a decade before it became apparent that the canal was not economically viable. The banks of the canal began to erode and had to be constantly dredged to continue operating. The last canal boat on the Wabash Canal made its last docking in 1874 in Huntington, Indiana having other sections shut down years earlier. Finally, in 1887, residents in Paulding County, Ohio, unhappy with mosquitoes breeding in the stagnant waters of Six Mile Reservoir, cut the dike and drained it in the Reservoir War. Several other counties continued the “war” on the canal due to the same issue. The canal was replaced by the growing railway use that made transportation and shipping of materials easier.
Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
O’Ryan Law Firm specializes mainly on long term disability claims, representing policyholders across Indiana including Carroll County. We understand the emotional calamity and challenges in pursuing a disability claim. If you have a claim that has been wrongfully denied or need assistance in filing a disability claim, O’Ryan Law Firm can assist you in enforcing your rights under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) or state law. We work hard to resolve cases as quickly as possible because we understand that you need the money quickly to avoid financial devastation.
When you purchase a life insurance policy, you should be secured of the financial help you need when a loved one passes away. If you are a beneficiary and the insurance company is denying your claim, O’Ryan Law Firm can help. Bridget O'Ryan, is skilled with the workings of the insurance industry and will fight to collect the benefits that you and your family are qualified.
If you have been denied long term disability, short term disability, medical coverage, or life insurance benefits we can answer all your questions. O’Ryan Law Firm offers a free initial consultation. Contact O’Ryan Law firm either online or by phone at (317) 255-1000.