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We Help People With Physical And Mental Disabilities Get Benefits

At Arnholt & Staggs Law Office, we have prioritized the needs of people who cannot work due to a vast range of severe physical and mental conditions for more than three decades. If you live near Columbus or Bloomington, Indiana, and need help getting the Social Security Disability (SSD) or Veterans benefits you deserve, you can turn to our firm with confidence in our dedication to your case.

You Can Talk To Our Lawyer And Team Openly About Your Challenges

There is no question that a mental impairment can be as disabling as a physical one — and the Social Security Administration’s list of qualifying impairments covers both. However, either can be challenging when it comes to your application for SSD benefits. Our principal attorney, Tim E. Staggs, worked in the mental health field as a case worker for many years prior to becoming a lawyer, and he is an exceptional resource if bipolar disorder, depression, schizophrenia, anxiety, panic attacks, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or another disabling mental condition is the basis for your claim.

Have you applied for disability benefits and been denied? This is by far the most common outcome of initial applications. Unless you are blind, deaf or fatally ill, the ultimate success of your claim will likely depend on how well your attorney helps you prepare for reconsideration and appeal. If you qualify for benefits, we will do everything possible to help you get them.

Experienced disability law professionals at our firm will evaluate your case for benefits and offer honest, forthright counsel. We practice law to help people do what they cannot do successfully on their own. Our lawyer and staff will treat you with compassion and respect whether you cannot work due to:

  • A physical injury, illness or debilitating condition such as chronic back, neck, knee or hip pain, cardiac or respiratory disease, or any other qualifying impairment
  • A mental condition such as bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, major depression, anxiety, a panic disorder or PTSD

Our law firm’s approach is grounded in the principle that no one should go without the medical treatment and basic financial support they need. To request a free consultation and receive honest, clear counsel on your quest for disability benefits, please call 812-373-6539 or send us an email now.