The Fehribach Group


The Premier Lawyer and Consultant on Accessibility in the Midwest

At The Fehribach Group, one of our greatest joys is watching people with disabilities benefit from life’s experiences without the barriers they usually face. Greg Fehribach is the premier lawyer and consultant on accessibility in the Midwest. He also uses a wheelchair.

The Americans with Disabilities Act opened new doors for the nearly 40 million people with disabilities, their families and friends. It also has created a loyal and diverse customer base for businesses and organizations.

The Fehribach Group specializes in creating innovative access solutions for our clients. We also work to raise awareness that expanding access is good for business. People with disabilities spend billions of dollars each year on travel, entertainment, dining and other hospitality-related experiences. As the U.S. population ages and mobility needs increase, this group will be a powerful spending – and voting – block.


Greg and Mary Beth Fehribach have committed their professional and private lives to increasing opportunities for people with disabilities. As a wheelchair user, Greg is in a unique position to recognize and solve problems before they happen, providing greater access to public facilities for an aging population and individuals with disabilities of all ages. He and Mary Beth have traveled to Washington, D.C. several times, to celebrate the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and to educate policymakers on how to build inclusive strategies in communities.

The Fehribach Group works with lawyers, architects, construction managers and engineers to craft and implement universal design and accessibility systems that provide people with disabilities, the elderly and others the access required by the ADA. With more than 30 years of legal experience, Greg can troubleshoot a range of legal issues, protecting clients from costly litigation and fines. If problems should ever arise, clients are protected by attorney-client privilege as an added value.

On a personal level, Greg and Mary Beth work tirelessly to expand opportunities for people with disabilities, with a special focus on students. As a former Ball State University trustee, Greg created The Disability Project, which places Ball State students with disabilities in paid internships in Indianapolis. He and Mary Beth also present the annual Fehribach Awards to students who maintain high academic standards while being involved in the Ball State community outside of the classroom.




Greg Fehribach is widely considered a leading expert on accessible design projects. He evaluates every project using a comprehensive approach that encompasses a multitude of factors, from ADA compliance, to diversity management, to ensuring a client’s return on investment. This integrated approach sets him apart from architectural compliance and code consultants.

Greg founded The Fehribach Group in 1995. An attorney with a disability who uses an electric wheelchair as a mobility aid device, he earned both his undergraduate and Masters of Arts degrees at Ball State University. While at Ball State, Greg made history as the first student with a disability to be elected student body president. A graduate of Ohio Northern University’s Pettit College of Law, Greg has practiced law since 1986. He is currently affiliated with Indianapolis law firm Doninger Tuohy & Bailey LLP.


Mary Beth Fehribach’s expertise provides The Fehribach Group with a diverse perspective in her role as business manager, bankruptcy analyst and access consultant. As a family member of a person with disabilities, she holds the unique position of evaluating how accessible features can enhance public and private spaces, which is becoming more relevant as the population ages.

A graduate of Purdue University, Mary Beth spent nearly 25 years at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis as a registered nurse, where she gained invaluable experience working in pediatrics and infection control. She also worked with Eli Lilly & Company in clinical research. Mary Beth joined The Fehribach Group in 2005.




Maui Williams graduated from Ball State University with a degree in Political Science in 2014. As the Executive Assistant, she provides support to Greg and Mary Beth, while also regularly facilitating client communications. Maui also assists Greg in his work as a Distinguished Fellow with The Disability Project, an initiative of Ball State.

A native of Indianapolis, Maui is an avid sports fan, with a particular affinity for soccer. She also enjoys going to the theater and attending concerts. Maui first met the Fehribachs at Ball State when she took Greg’s class “The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 – ADA and its Amendments: Supporting a Sustainable Lifestyle for People with Disabilities” during the fall semester of her senior year.



Mary Jurkiewicz serves as The Fehribach Group’s bankruptcy analyst, where she assists Greg Fehribach in his role as bankruptcy trustee for the Southern District of Indiana.
A graduate of Indiana University with a degree in French, Mary spent several years in the financial services industry where she worked in management positions for regional banks in Michigan. She and her family returned to Indiana in the early 1990s. While living in Bloomington, Mary worked as a supervisor in Indiana University’s Office of the Registrar.
For 12 years, Mary stayed at home raising her three children until returning to the workforce when her youngest child entered school. She and her husband, David, live in Indianapolis and she is involved in both her parish and her children’s activities.



College campuses today are more accessible to students with disabilities, resulting in greater numbers of individuals earning college degrees.

Yet, the rate of employers hiring graduates with disabilities has not kept pace. A recent study found that 50 percent of college graduates with disabilities secure employment after graduation, as opposed to 90 percent of their able-bodied counterparts.

In recognition of this trend, Greg joined Ball State University’s Political Science Department as a Distinguished Fellow in 2009 and created The Disability Project. The Disability Project educates students, civic leaders, businesses and policymakers on how to build inclusive strategies into their communities.

Greg also works with students with disabilities to secure and maintain sustainable employment as part of a partnership with Ball State’s Office of Disability Services.

These efforts have led to partnerships with Eskenazi Health and the City of Indianapolis to initiate internship programs for students with disabilities. Students are embedded within these organizations and receive practical hands-on experience. Employers report a positive experience and changed attitudes about people with disabilities among those who work alongside these students.



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