Phillip V Price
Indianapolis Social Security Disability Attorney Indiana SSDI Lawyer Denied Benefits Appeal IN
* Disability Insurance Benefits - based upon FICA wages of the disabled wage earner
* Widow/Widower Benefits - payable to disabled surviving spouses between the ages of 50 and 60 based upon the FICA wages of a deceased spouse
* Adult Disabled Child's Benefits - payable to a dependent adult child of a wage earner who is retired, disabled or deceased
* Supplemental Security Income - entitlement requirements are similar to some welfare programs; SSI benefits are income and asset sensitive
* Child's Supplemental Security Income - payable to parents of disabled children who meet certain family income standards
* Estate Planning and Elder Law - wills, trusts, advanced healthcare directives for disabled adults and seniors

Representing claimants in Indiana Social Security Disability appeals

Indiana Social Security Disability lawyer Phillip V. Price has helped disabled individuals obtain benefits for over 25 years. Well respected by other attorneys and a frequent speaker on Social Security claims, Mr. Price provides a strong voice for people who suffer physical disabilities and mental disabilities that prevent them from working.

If you have been denied benefits, you do not have to take no for an answer. An experienced Indiana disability lawyer can help. Contact an Indianapolis Social Security lawyer.

The Disability Law Office of Phillip V. Price represents people throughout central Indiana who have been denied benefits in initial claims. Mr. Price's Indianapolis Social Security law firm handles reconsiderations, administrative hearings, and appeals of SSA decisions involving Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income.

Mr. Price is also a Certified Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation and a member of the AARP Legal Network. He serves seniors and other clients seeking effective estate planning documents, including wills, trusts, special needs trusts, and advanced healthcare directives. Mr. Price is a sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives.

The Disability Law Office of Phillip V. Price represents disabled persons who file benefits claims at Social Security District offices located in Anderson, Bloomington, Columbus, Crawfordsville, Indianapolis, Kokomo, Lafayette, Muncie, Richmond, and Terre Haute.

If you have been denied Social Security benefits in a claim involving SSDI, dependent's benefits, widow's disability benefits, or adult disabled child's benefits, a skilled disability attorney can help. Contact an Indiana Social Security attorney.

Disability Law Office of Phillip V Price
4249 Lafayette Rd
Indianapolis IN 46254
Tel: 317 290-1800; 800 746-3450
Fax: 317 290-1863

For almost thirty years I have served as an advocate for disabled individuals with all types of physical and mental conditions in their claims for disability insurance benefits and Supplemental Security Income before federal administrative law judges. In the typical Social Security case, the attorney fee is paid from the successful claimant's past due benefits. Most cases are handled on a twenty-five percent (25%) fee contingent on success. However, some types of Social Security cases are unique. Circumstances in certain types of cases may result in minimal or very low past due benefits and thus dictate a different fee arrangement. Certified as an Elder Law attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation. Sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives.

Fee agreements are in writing. All attorney fees must be approved by the Social Security Administration. In most cases in addition to attorney fees, there are likely to be expenses incurred by the attorney in preparing your Social Security disability claim. The primary expense incurred is the cost of acquiring your medical records, medical statements, and a copy of your file within the possession of the Social Security Administration. The reimbursement of expenses incurred in handling your claim is matter separate and distinct from attorney fees. Although reimbursement of expenses are not subject to approval by the Social Security Administration, expenses will be addressed in your written fee agreement.

Service area: We represent disabled persons within central Indiana who file their claims for benefits in the local Social Security District offices located in: Anderson, Bloomington, Columbus, Crawfordsville, Indianapolis, Kokomo, Lafayette, Muncie, Richmond and Terre Haute, Indiana.

Areas of Practice
* Social Security -- Disability
* Wills, Trusts & Estates
* Probate Administration
* Elder Law
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