Harder, Wells, Baron & Manning Eugene Office:
474 Willamette Street
Eugene, OR 97401
Living and working in the Eugene–Springfield area means having neighbors who care about you when times get tough.
When you’re struggling with health problems that interfere with your ability to make a living, you can feel better knowing someone is ready to help you get through it and find peace.
This is what the disability law firm of Harder, Wells, Baron & Manning was created to do.
We are Social Security Disability lawyers and workers’ compensation lawyers with an office in Eugene who help our Oregon neighbors get life-changing financial benefits when you’re dealing with injuries and medical conditions.
People from the lumber industry around Lane County, agriculture, health care, the service industry, or any other part of our community come to Harder, Wells, Baron & Manning when they need help.
Our firm has been serving Oregon since 1980. Our disability attorneys have more than 60 years of combined experience helping people win their benefits.
Get started now on your path from a medical crisis to renewed stability.
Different sources of support could be available to you in Eugene–Springfield when medical problems lead to financial problems.
The disability attorneys at Harder, Wells, Baron & Manning help you get access to these forms of support:
If your health-driven financial troubles mean you can no longer keep up with your debts, you can also talk to us about your bankruptcy options.
You can find out whether you have a claim, and for what types of benefits, by talking to us for an initial consultation.
Any time you have to go through a complicated government or legal process, you can feel like the system forgot you’re a human being.
Having a local lawyer dedicated to Oregon people and communities helps you avoid being treated like a number.
At Harder, Wells, Baron & Manning, here’s what you’ll experience:
Another advantage of working with a dedicated local firm is that we’re familiar with the local medical services, Social Security offices, disability judges, and Oregon workers’ comp laws that could influence your case.
You’re going through a difficult time, but we can be your guide to the other side.
You can reclaim your life, starting now.