America’s Veterans Law Firm

America’s Veterans Law Firm

Berry Law is America’s Veterans Law Firm.  Founded by Vietnam Veteran John Stevens Berry, Sr., and managed by Iraq Veteran John S. Berry, , the firm has deeply entrenched military roots stretching across the country.

A Team of Warriors

Berry Law recruits heavily from the Reserves, National Guard, and Veterans to fill out its staff, as well as from Military Spouse groups, and from people working at the VA.  Berry Law is proud to have a strong military culture inside the firm, and has been recognized for its support to hiring Veterans by the ESGR and the Department of Labor.

Representing Veterans in all 50 States

Berry Law represents Veterans in all 50 states and multiple US territories.  Our clients have served at locations across the country and around the world.  We represent Veterans from every branch of service, and servicemembers who have served in conflicts from World War II through Operation Enduring Freedom.

Staff Working Across the Country

While Berry Law is Headquartered in Nebraska, they also have staff working in New Jersey, Tennessee, Georgia, and Iowa.  In addition, our staff frequently stay in touch while activated as part of Reserve or National Guard duty.  In the past, we have had team members continue to stay involved while on training orders to locations including Florida, Virginia, Louisiana, and Wyoming.

Supporting Veterans in the Community

Berry Law supports the military community by more than just practicing law.  Berry law is actively involved in military community service projects and supports our Veterans and servicemembers through numerous initiatives, including a Military Family Scholarship, and a Veteran Owned Business of the Year Award.

Berry Law has worked hard to support all of our country’s Veterans and is proud to wear the mantle of America’s Veterans Law Firm.

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The attorneys at Berry Law are dedicated to helping injured Veterans. With extensive experience working with VA disability claims, Berry Law can help you with your disability appeals.

This material is for informational purposes only. It does not create an attorney-client relationship between the Firm and the reader, and does not constitute legal advice. Legal advice must be tailored to the specific circumstances of each case, and the contents of this blog are not a substitute for legal counsel.

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