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Rhea M. Jones-Price

My clients are hard-working people.

When they come to me after finding out that they can no longer work, I see in them a resolve that I recognize within myself.

I am a problem-solver by nature, and I make it my goal to never go down without a fight.

The sheer determination and strength of my clients inspires me to work day and night.

It’s my goal to make sure that they have the support they need to rebuild their lives and move forward.

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After obtaining my J.D. from the University of Illinois College of Law, I was hired by a local attorney named Joe Black.

Joe was an incredible mentor in many ways, and I cut my teeth on Social Security Disability work at his firm.

What I quickly learned is that most people don’t seek Social Security disability because they don’t want to work.

On the contrary, I find that most people actually would rather work, but cannot because of the impairments they suffer from.

In our society, so much of our value is wrapped up in how we contribute – in what we “do.”

People who have worked for years, who have defined themselves by the work they did, are heartbroken to find out that all of a sudden, they just can’t do the things they used to do.

But they refuse to give up.

I have listened to story after story from my clients over the years.

I have walked women fleeing abusive relationships through the legal process.

I have helped two victims of a tragic accident at the DMV who were permanently affected by their injuries successfully apply for disability.

And I routinely give my clients advice not just from the perspective of a lawyer, but from the perspective of a friend, a sister, a mother.

As a young Black woman and a small business owner, I relate to the extra obstacles my clients sometimes go through.

That’s why I work one-on-one with each of my clients – no secretary, no paralegals, but direct access to me.

Unlike most big firms doing Social Security disability work, I work with my clients personally from the very first phone call to sitting beside them at the hearing.

While I am dedicated to my clients and my work, I do have passions outside of the office. I am a former concert pianist, and a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. I also sit on the board of Lyles Station Historical Preservation Corporation in Princeton, IN, and the Joshua Academy board in Evansville, IN.

I am particularly proud of being the first Black attorney to practice primarily in Knox County and the first Black member of the Knox County Bar Association.

Attorney Rhea M. Jones-Price social security disability lawyer | Vincennes, Indiana

The truth is that there is always a need for the type of law that I practice.

People are injured or diagnosed every day, and crises like a global pandemic lead to entirely new sets of illnesses and disabilities that people will need help navigating.

That is what makes this work so important. And I am honored to be the one standing by my clients in their struggle, and constantly inspired by their commitment to fighting for their chance at a better life.


  • University of Illinois College of Law
    – J.D., Law
  • Wittenberg University
    – B.A., Music, English

Accolades and Associations

  • Indiana State Bar Association, Member- Young Lawyer’s Division, At Large Board Member- Diversity Committee, Member
  • ISBA Leadership Development Academy, Class IV
  • Knox County Bar Association, Member
  • Evansville Bar Association, Member
  • National Bar Association

My promise to you: You’ll be dealing with me directly.

I won’t pass you off to a paralegal or ignore your calls. I will be with you every step of the way – from the first consultation to your final hearing.

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