Greene County, Indiana
Greene County was formed in 1821, from a portion of Sullivan County, and named for General Nathanael Greene, a commander of the southern area in the American Revolutionary War. Bloomfield is the county seat for Greene County.
Greene County is the home of the Tulip Trestle train bridge. The Trestle is the third longest bridge of its kind in the world spanning 2,300 feet and standing 157 feet high with 18 towers for support. Construction for the Trestle began on May 22, 1905 and was completed in December of 1906. The original cost of the bridge was $246,504 but is estimated now to be around $20 million to build. The bridge is as it was originally built with the exception of two 45-foot sections added in 1916.
The bridge is still used daily by four freight trains and is accessible by a single dirt road off of U.S. 56.Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
O’Ryan Law Firm focuses exclusively on short-term and long-term disability claims, representing people from all over the state of Indiana, including Greene County. We understand the emotional circumstances and the feeling of overwhelmment in pursuing a disability claim. If you have a claim that has been terminated, wrongfully denied or you need assistance in filing a disability claim, O’Ryan Law Firm can help you in protecting and enforcing your rights under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) or state law. Our team works diligently to resolve cases quickly to overt financial ruin.Life Insurance
When you purchase a life insurance policy or are a beneficiary, you should feel secure that the financial help you need when a loved one passes away. If an insurance company is denying a claim, O’Ryan Law Firm can help. Bridget O'Ryan, is versed in the workings of the insurance industry and will fight to collect the benefits that you and your family are due.
O’Ryan Law Firm offers a free initial consultation to answer all of your questions. Contact O’Ryan Law firm either online or by phone at 317.255.1000.