On June 3rd, 2020, Berry Law hosted a webinar focused on Coronavirus and Veterans, discussing how the virus has impacted the Veteran community and what to expect next. Panelists included Congressman Paul Gosar (R-AZ), Navy Seal-turned-entrepreneur Chriss Smith, non-profit leader and founder of the Vetty Awards Assal Ravandi, and Human…

Certain physical and mental health conditions may leave a Veteran unable to manage their own finances. If that Veteran is receiving VA benefits, the VA may require that the Veteran have a fiduciary to manage VA funds on their behalf to ensure that the Veteran’s benefits are spent in their…

Military records can be requested by Veterans, their next-of-kin (the surviving spouse who has not remarried, parent, child, or sibling of a deceased veteran, for example), or authorized representatives. TRICARE, the health care program for uniformed service members, retirees, and their families, states that the three times you should request…

By John S. Berry, Jr. I recently read a post from a good lawyer who talked about going to battle. I feel compelled to post on this topic because lawyers frequently talk about “going to battle” while precious few have ever done it.  After over 50 years and hundreds of trials,…