Shane Henry & Associates

Firm Overview

As a disabled veteran from serving in Iraq, Shane A. Henry leads his office to the service of others who find themselves in need of assistance because of mental, physical, or emotional limitations. When you find you are not able to work enough because of your problems, the social security insurance system is there for you because you paid for it. The SSA has taken its money from you since your first pay check. Therefore, when you need it you should absolutely be able to rely on this program, after all, that's why it was created.

Main Office

335 Hogan Lane, Suite 100
Conway  AR  72034
  • 501-329-3889


Free Initial Consultation?
Always. No win - No fee.
Services Offered For Fixed Fees?
You do not pay us unless you win your case. Social Security authorizes the attorney to be paid 25% of any backpay received (award date back to date of onset), but in no case more than $6,000.00. Basically, the government will send you a check for your part of the backpay and will sends me a check for my part, after you win.

Office Information

Office Hours
Typically 8-5 but we work with clients for scheduling meetings.
Office Manager
Languages Spoken

Shane Henry

  • Bar Number: Attorney's License
    Arkansas , 2007
  • University of Arkansas School of Law
    Juris Doctor (Law Degree) , 2006
    Fayetteville, AR

Whitney Beckham

Whitney Beckham is our firm's office manager and claims specialist. With a Bachelor's in biology, she puts her knowledge of science to work for you to better develop your medical diagnosis for the Social Security Administration.

  • University of Central Arkansas

Amber Hopkins

Disability Case Specialist.

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