We can’t tell you what’s best about Evergreen! Maybe its SERFI (South East Regional Fly-In)? This is a large airshow where both factory built and hand built, experimental aircraft fly into Evergreen for a weekend show. However, it could easily be the Conecuh County Sausage Festival which is held in October of each year. Let’s admit it; Conecuh Sausage is by far the best sausage ever made!! It is just that great! However, we honestly believe that it’s the good, hardworking citizens of Evergreen that make the area such a spectacular place!
Evergreen is small town located in Conecuh County. It was settled mostly by people from Georgia and South Carolina, and it was officially incorporated in 1873. However, the town was founded as early as 1819 by Revolutionary War veterans. Oddly, Evergreen has a history of fires in the mid 1890’s. In 1896, a fire destroyed almost every building east of the railroad tracks. Five days later, another fire destroyed almost every building west of the tracks. Also, the Conecuh County Courthouse burned in 1868, 1875, 1885, and of course 1895. One of the most notable people from Evergreen is William B. Travis, commander of the Texan forces at the Battle of the Alamo!
At The Sellers Law Firm, we have developed a close working relationship with many people in the Evergreen area. Our Evergreen bankruptcy attorneys have spent a great deal of time in both the Circuit and District Courts in Evergreen. We know that it’s a tough economy in Evergreen. Per the 2010 census, almost 35% of the population lives in poverty including over 50% of children. This is staggering statistic. There are good hard working people in Evergreen who live paycheck to paycheck, but they have a hard time making ends meet when an unforeseen financial crisis occurs. What happens when a job is lost or hours or cut? Or enormous, unexpected medicals bills hit? Maybe a divorce or death of a family member causes the loss of household income? Our Evergreen bankruptcy lawyers know how to handle these situations. We the help of the tools provided in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 debt consolidation, we can stop harassing creditors, stop wage garnishments, stop home foreclosures, and stop auto repossessions. What we do best is help you stop worrying about the harassing creditors, and it allows you to get a better night’s sleep! We have helped thousands of people in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 stop the anxiety and worry placed on them by relentless creditors. Remember that all consultations are always free at The Sellers Law Firm!
We know that people in the Evergreen area work very hard for a living. Many of these jobs require exposure to heavy lifting or chemicals which can cause disabling conditions. Other people sometimes get very ill or have traumatic injuries which prevent them from working. Our Evergreen Social Security attorneys have represented thousands of clients and collected millions of dollars in back benefits. If you are suffering from a physical or mental impairment which prevents you being able to engage in gainful employment, and this condition is expected to last for more than 12 months, then you may qualify for Social Security/SSI disability benefits. We have had clients qualify for benefits because they suffer from COPD, heart disease, strokes, back injuries, or even schizophrenia. It may even be a combination of conditions that prevent you from working, and if that’s the case, then you may qualify for benefits. Our Evergreen Social Security lawyers only get paid if you do. We never charge an upfront fee and all consultations at The Sellers Law Firm are always free!
We have been very fortune to have a close working relationship with many people in the Evergreen area. We have offices located in Montgomery Selma, Greenville, and Troy, and consultations are always free at The Sellers Law Firm! If we can help you with a bankruptcy or disability case, then please call us at 334-LAWYERS (529-9377) or you may reach us by using the “text us” link or Contact Form on our website. Remember that doing nothing, changes nothing so act today!