If you’ve read my blogs in the past, you may have seen me mention that I am an associate member of the P.L. Wilson Marine Corps League here in Mobile, where I am surrounded by many remarkable Marines and service members from other branches of the military. I was lucky enough to be introduced to these people several years ago through my work as a Veterans’ disability attorney. But I joined the MCL because they quickly became my friends and heroes.
I feel privileged to listen to their stories. We laugh together – one of our Marines says that he holds the rank of an E19! He was promoted and busted down so many times it equals out! I rejoice in their good news and feel heartache for their losses. They followed my son’s journey through preparation for boot camp (giving him good AND not-so-good advice) and celebrated when he graduated to become a Sailor.
There is so much information and advertising in the air right now regarding the Camp LeJeune Justice Act, which is a part of the PACT Act, that I sometimes worry our individual Marines will be lost in the shuffle. Their tales about Camp LeJeune are what drove the initiative to pass the Act. I know that many of “my Marines” have disabilities because of their exposure at Camp LeJeune.
As always, I want to thank all our Veterans for their service to our country. I want our Veterans to know that Gardberg and Kemmerly will continue to help in any way possible. We are privileged to represent you in your fight to obtain benefits.
If you have a claim for disability and need assistance, please call our office and speak with one of our qualified Veterans’ Disability attorneys. Gardberg and Kemmerly is committed to helping injured and disabled Veterans obtain the benefits they deserve. If you need help with a disability claim, call the office at 251-343-1111 or 800-332-1529 for a free consultation. Gardberg and Kemmerly is proud to serve Veterans across the country from our home office in Mobile, Alabama.