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Berry Law Veterans Disability Lawyers
in Lincoln, NE

The Lincoln, Nebraska office of Berry Law helps Veterans from across the country to seek U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) disability benefits for injuries or illnesses connected to their military service.

Our Lincoln office is located at 6940 O St, Suite 400 in the city’s University Place business district, which is near the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s East Campus. Lincoln lies along Interstate 80, with I-180 connecting the interstate to Lincoln’s downtown. Visitors typically reach our office via U.S. 6 (Cornhusker Highway) to the north or U.S. Highway 34 to the south.

If you need assistance at any stage in the VA disability benefits claims appeals process, contact us to discuss your case. Although we often meet with Veterans in person at our Lincoln office, we can provide a consultation at a more convenient location or by phone or computer.

Veterans Serving Veterans

We are Veterans who understand the sacrifices that Veterans make for our country. John S. Berry Sr., our firm’s Founder, served in the Vietnam War. Our Managing Partner, John S. Berry , served in Bosnia and Iraq. Many other members of our legal team served in the military as well. Our experience inspires us to work hard for Veterans and their families and tirelessly pursue the benefits they deserve.

Our VA Disability Benefits Practice Areas

The VA has accredited the lawyers of Berry Law. We can help Veterans with appeals before VA Regional Offices, the Board of Veterans’ Appeals, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. We have extensive experience at each of those levels in the appeals process, including cases that have resulted in precedent-setting Veterans’ disability benefits case law.

Berry Law assists Veterans with a wide range of issues. However, the majority of our clients’ cases involve:

  • Denied claims (due to a finding that a Veteran’s disability lacks a service connection)
  • Low disability ratings (which affect a Veteran’s monthly payments)
  • Incorrect effective dates (which impacts the amount of back pay a Veteran receives).

We help Veterans to pursue a wide range of physical and mental disability claims connected to their military service, whether during time of war or time of piece. Our experience includes seeking benefits for Veterans with:

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Spinal injuries
  • Gunshot wounds
  • Hearing loss
  • Heart disease
  • Amputations
  • Total disability based on individual
    unemployability (TDIU)
  • Agent Orange exposure
  • Gulf War Syndrome
  • Camp Lejeune water contamination

Berry Law also helps spouses, children and parents of Veterans to pursue benefits they are eligible to receive.

Contact Our Lincoln Veterans
Disability Benefits Lawyers

At Berry Law, we know how the VA disability benefits appeals process can be complex and confusing. We can use our skill, experience and resources to effectively guide your case through that process and aggressively pursue the benefits you have earned. To learn more about the services we provide to Veterans throughout the country, contact our Lincoln, NE office today.

Testimonials from Veterans

Hear Our Clients' Stories


“Having the ability to go talk to a fellow veteran that will be able to represent me and has been where I’ve been – has literally walked the streets in Iraq that I walked – and now is able to convey the message that I need to convey, on my behalf, is critical.

– Chet Bennetts, Iraq War Veteran


“John Berry and Perry…they have been a life-saver for me…wherever I have been, they have always protected me.”

– “Smiley”, Vietnam Veteran

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