Hensley Legal Group has been helping disabled individuals in Evansville get the benefits they deserve for years. Our disability attorneys have spent many hours making the three-hour trek from Indianapolis to Evansville to represent our clients in court.
So although our local Evansville office didn’t open until late 2017, we’re no strangers to serving the community. Our experience fighting for clients in Evansville made us locals long before we had an address to go along with it.
We’re proud to offer local services to disabled individuals in Evansville. With our new office, we’re able to meet not just with our clients, but also with people who want to learn a little more about who we are and how we may be able to help.
Wondering if filing for Social Security disability benefits may be right for you? Worried you may not even be eligible? You can give our office a call and schedule an in-person meeting at your home, place of business, or a neutral location that’s convenient for you.
How Much Will This Cost?
Typically, the only people who file for Social Security disability benefits are those who are unable to work or who cannot make enough to support themselves.
So how can applicants for Social Security disability afford to hire disability attorneys to help them through the process?
At Hensley Legal Group, we work on contingency. That means that unless and until you are approved for benefits, you don’t owe us a single penny.
That’s right. If you don’t get approved, we don’t get paid. It’s that simple.
That’s why we can offer a risk-free guarantee to our clients. If you do not get approved for benefits, you won’t owe us any payment, no matter how long we’ve worked on your claim. There’s no risk to you if you choose to hire us.
If you do get approved for benefits, you don’t have to worry about an unexpected or unreasonable attorney’s fee. Social Security regulates how much disability attorneys can charge for our services. Our fee is 25 percent of your past due benefits, capped at $6,000. Only under rare circumstances would that fee change. Our attorneys are happy to walk you through our fee structure so you’re prepared for any circumstance.
How Long Will This Take?
Unfortunately, the process for applying for Social Security disability benefits is famous for being long, difficult, and frustrating.
As of June 2018, those applying for disability in Evansville spend an average of 18 months waiting for a hearing. That doesn’t include the time spent applying, being denied, appealing, and being denied again.
Although we cannot speed up the process, our Evansville disability lawyers can make sure to keep your claim on track. We’ll file before every deadline and continue to gather evidence and build your claim during the long months of waiting. At Hensley Legal Group, we’ll make sure the time you spend waiting isn’t wasted.