Floyd County, Indiana
Floyd County, New Albany, Indiana Disability Attorneys
Floyd County was named in 1819 for Colonel John Floyd who was an early settler in the area. Floyd County has the second-smallest land area in the entire state of Indiana. Originally it was the Shawnee Indians’ hunting ground, but was conquered for the United States by George Rogers Clark during the American Revolutionary War from the British. He was awarded large tracts of land in Indiana, including almost all of present-day Floyd County. Clark sold land to the settlers who began arriving as soon as peace returned.
Between 1800 and 1860, Floyd County experienced a huge boom in population (doubling many times over). A survey in the 1850s found that over half of Indiana's population that made more than $100,000 per year lived in Floyd County, establishing it as having the richest population in the state. New Albany would be the largest city in the state for much of the early 19th century, eventually being overtaken by Indianapolis during the Civil War.
New Albany is the County seat for Floyd County and the population, as of 2014, for the County was 76,129 people.
If you are a Floyd County resident and are dealing with various health issues, you most likely need someone on your side when your disability insurance or health insurance company denies or terminates your benefits.
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. We have dealt with many disability insurance companies including Cigna, Prudential, Unum, MetLife, The Standard, Hartford, Sedgwick, and Disability RMS. If you have a claim that has been wrongfully denied or terminated, the 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, the disability claim process 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, lost income and making your mortgage payment. We have been dedicated to representing individuals in long term and short term disability benefits for more than 15 years.
If you have been denied long term disability, short term disability, medical coverage, or life insurance benefits, we can answer all of 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.