FL Veterans for Common Sense, Sarasota Veterans Commission, DAV97, and Bergmann & Moore Hold Veteran Workshop in Sarasota
Free Legal Consultations for Veterans Fighting VA
FL Veterans for Common Sense, Sarasota Veterans Commission, DAV97, and Bergmann & Moore, a law firm focusing on appealed Veterans’ disability claims, have scheduled a Veteran workshop for Sarasota on Friday, January 25, 2013. The workshop is free and open to the public. Free consultations will be provided for Veterans and family members who are fighting the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for disability compensation.
Where: Disabled American Veterans Post 97, 7177 Bee Ridge Road, Sarasota, FL
Date Friday, January 25, 2013
Time 9 AM to Noon
If a Veteran has filed a disability claim against VA and disagrees with VA’s decision, then Veterans are encouraged to attend this free workshop. Veterans are asked to bring their most recent VA decision with them as part of the free consultation..
Bergmann & Moore, LLC, based in the Washington, DC metro area, concentrates only on Veterans disability benefits law. The firm handles Veterans’ cases at all levels, including appeals at VA’s Regional Office in St. Petersburg, VA’s Board of Veterans’ Appeals in Washington, DC, and the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, also in Washington, DC. For more information, please call (877) 838-2889.
Bergmann & Moore has helped thousands of Veterans and their families obtain the maximum VA benefits they are entitled to receive. Bergmann & Moore offers a free legal consultation concerning VA disability claims for PTSD. The firm gladly welcomes all types of claims, including PTSD, military sexual trauma cases, and unemployability.
Contact: Paul Sullivan (301) 290-3131 email@example.com
Florida Veterans for Common Sense, the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 97 (DAV97), and Sarasota County Veterans Services will also be on hand to provide additional information
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