We provide high quality, ethical legal services.
Our law firm focuses on three areas: Social Security Disability, Long Term Disability and Civil Appeals.
Timothy J. Vrana was admitted to the bar on June 4, 1982. His practice since that time has focused on Social Security Disability, Civil Appeals, and Civil Litigation.
We pride ourselves on:
Experience - Tim has practiced law since 1982. In that time, he has served well over 800 Social Security clients. He has had clients from throughout Indiana, and represented clients at Social Security hearings in Indianapolis, Madison, Ft. Wayne, and Evansville, Indiana; Louisville, Kentucky; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Charlotte, North Carolina, Evanston, Illinois, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Abilene, Texas. He has also represented clients at trial in several state and federal courts. In addition, he has successfully presented briefs and oral arguments before the Indiana Tax Court, Indiana Court of Appeals, Indiana Supreme Court, and United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.
Preparation - Tim is thorough in researching issues, writing briefs and preparing for oral arguments in civil appeals. In Social Security and Long Term Disability cases, he requests, gathers, reviews, and submits information with a practiced eye on how the rules of law will be applied in each case.
Providing Personal Service - We like to get to know our clients and help our clients feel comfortable. Tim has three friendly legal assistants, and our clients know they can contact us with any questions or concerns.
Instilling Confidence - We know that trying to work through the legal system can be stressful and confusing. After meeting with us, we believe our clients are relieved of stress and confusion, and are confident in our ability and commitment.
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