Charles D. Hankey holds a B.A. in Psychology from Wabash College and earned his law... more
Charles D. Hankey holds a B.A. in Psychology from Wabash College and earned his law degree from Indiana University School of Law in 1973. He is admitted to the Indiana Bar and the Bar for the U.S. District Court Southern District of Indiana. After graduating from law school, Charles founded the Hankey Law Office which now has over 75 years of combined experience. He is dedicated to providing ... view profile
Stacy J. Crider received her Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and Psychology... more
Stacy J. Crider received her Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and Psychology from Indiana University and attended Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis earning her law degree in 2009. She has been an Associate at the Hankey Law Office since 2010 handling a variety of cases in the areas of Social Security Disability and Workers' Compensation.
Our firm is committed to representing individuals who deserve redress for injury to... more
Our firm is committed to representing individuals who deserve redress for injury to person or property. We give each of our clients the personal attention that they deserve so that we can see that justice is done in each case that we handle. We recognize that each client that we represent and each case that we handle is unique. Our goal is to right whatever wrong each of our clients has suffere... view profile
I have practiced law for over twenty-five years. I have extensive experience in... more
I have practiced law for over twenty-five years. I have extensive experience in civil litigation and federal administrative law involving Social Security Disability, as well as twelve years working as a deputy prosecuting attorney. I graduated from Loyola University of Chicago, College of Law in 1982. I also hold a Bachelor of Science degree from Loyola, and I earned my Master of Social Wo... view profile
Social security law involves the intricacies of the American public benefits system that provides social security income. Social security is funded by taxes you pay when you are working. Once you stop working and meet the eligibility requirements, you receive monthly benefits. This occurs when you retire, have a recognized social security disability, or are the surviving spouse or child of a person entitled to social security. There are many social security laws and policies to determine eligibility, benefit amounts, and benefit duration. A social security lawyer can help if you are unfairly denied social security benefits, or if you feel the amount you receive is not enough.