Logan Harty served four years in the United States Marine Corps, deploying to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. During a combat mission, he helped carry an injured comrade a kilometer to ensure he received rapid medical attention. Logan’s dedication to his fellow soldier earned him special recognition as he received a certificate of commendation for his heroic efforts. Following his return home, Logan watched his fellow Marines struggle through the VA disability claims process, only to have their claims rejected for severe conditions caused or aggravated by their military service.
“That’s where my passion started. I joined Berry Law Firm because I wanted to get back into the Veteran community, with Veterans serving Veterans,” said Logan. “When people submit their own claims and are rejected, the options aren’t always clear on how to move forward. We have the resources to get the job done.”
Logan previously worked in the financial sector, where he honed his reputation for being detail-oriented. He compares combing through bank statements to reviewing medical records where every little detail matters. As a case manager, Logan also relies on strong writing and communication skills to relay any important information to his clients and attorneys. He understands the systems that Veterans must navigate, sets his sight on a goal, and strives to hit the mark.
“I understand something about what my clients have been through, and the degrading sense of bamboozlement that goes hand-in-hand with just about every quest for disability entitlements from the VA. I not only care that my clients get the compensation they are owed, but that they experience the satisfaction of seeing the rating decision produced when the VA can no longer hide behind its own poor judgement and incompetence.”
Logan holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration & Accounting from Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa. In his free time, he enjoys cross fit, Olympic lifting, cooking, and spending time with his wife, kids, and family.
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