Dedicated To Helping You Obtain The Disability Benefits You Deserve

If you have applied for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits and your claim has been denied, don't give up and don't lose hope. While this is a setback in an incredibly difficult time for you, it is common. Percentages vary annually in Indiana and across the United States, but overall, well over 60 percent of disability claims have been denied.

SSD Claim Denied Near Columbus Or Bloomington? We Are Here To Help.

What matters now is what you do next — and disability lawyers at Arnholt & Staggs Law Office have been helping people like you deal with disability claim denials for decades. Many applicants who qualify for benefits obtain them in administrative hearings — and we know how to prepare you and your case for those hearings.

Our firm is a long-standing, premier resource for disability law counsel and representation in southern Indiana. We help people with all types of qualifying physical and mental impairments. We have offices in Columbus and Bloomington, and you can turn to our dedicated legal team with confidence for:

  • A thorough evaluation of whether you might qualify for either Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits
  • Clear guidance on how the system and processes that lie ahead for you operate, so that you can form realistic expectations and know how to prepare
  • Determination to build the best possible case for you by assembling relevant medical evidence and clear evidence of your inability to work

We Get It And We Care. Call 812-373-6539 For Your Free Case Evaluation.

At Arnholt & Staggs Law Office, we practice law for one important reason: to help people who need it. When it comes to costs, we understand clients' concerns and are extremely upfront. You will not owe attorney fees unless we take your case and help you get benefits, and then our fees in most cases are capped by law at 25 percent of back-due benefits paid or a total of $6,000, whichever is less. Expenses associated with your case — typically $200 to $500 -- will be due regardless of the outcome. However, Arnholt & Staggs Law Office will advance most expenses to make sure your case is well prepared for the hearing and to lessen your financial burden while awaiting a decision.

We are here to help you — and it will cost you nothing to find out how.