Top Indianapolis Social Security -- Disability Lawyers - Indiana

Are you unable to work due to a disability? Has your disability claim been turned down? At the law office of Scott D. Lewis, Attorney at Law, LLC, we are strongly dedicated to representing the disabled and their families. At our Indianapolis law firm, we understand your frustration and concern about your financial future. We know that it's not easy to hear that your Social Security Disability...

I am attorney Michael G. Myers. I represent clients throughout the central Indiana region. I help people throughout the disability application process. For example, I help people complete initial applications for benefits and I handle appeals of denied claims and as well as federal disability appeals. I work directly with each of my clients from start to finish. This gives me the chance to get to...

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