In 1816, Jackson County was formed and named for the 7th President of the United States, Andrew Jackson. The Jackson County seat is Brownstown.
Jackson County was the site of the first recorded train robbery in the U.S. of a moving train. On October 6, 1866, the Reno Gang, the first “Brotherhood of Outlaws” in the U.S., robbed an Ohio and Mississippi Railway train, stealing over $10,000. The gang, who started their reign of terror in Jackson County, terrorized the Midwest for many years and inspired the creation of similar gangs who copied their crimes, leading to several decades of high-profile train robberies. The members of the gang met their demise while in route to jail. They were hung and buried in Seymour Indiana.
Jackson County has the longest 3 span covered bridge in the world named “The Medora Covered Bridge”. The bridge is open for pedestrian traffic and site-seers. The town of Medora holds an annual event at the bridge.Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
O’Ryan Law Firm specializes on long term disability claims, representing policyholders across Indiana including Jackson County. We understand the emotional chaos and strain in pursuing a disability claim. If you have a claim that has been wrongfully denied or need help 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 ruin.Life Insurance
Purchasing a Life Insurance Policy should make you feel secure 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.