The author shares five lessons he’s learned representing veterans that can give any law firm a competitive advantage.
A strong social media presence is free, easy to manage, and can help you improve and expand your practice.
When working in the world of veterans benefits law, leave everything you’ve learned about administrative law at the door.
When veterans cannot work owing to their disabilities, they should apply for individual unemployability.
Lawyers can play a key role in making sure veterans are not being robbed of their just compensation through "pension advances" and other scams.
Our armed forces are long overdue for major changes in how they treat the victims of military sexual assaults.
Vietnam-era presumptions can be used on behalf of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans in their compensation claims.
These special courts can divert veterans with mental health issues from the traditional justice system and give them treatment, rehab, and tools for readjustment.
The U.S. military as an institution and individual servicemembers have immunity from civil liability for harm incurred "incident to service."
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There's a whole new world out there, and it's called integration.