They Fought for Our Freedom; Now a New Online Resource is Helping Elderly Veterans Fight for Their Rights

The Center for Elder Veterans Rights announces the launch of a new website dedicated to aiding qualified veterans, their dependents or family members.

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The new website offers excellent resources for those struggling to get the accurate information and support they deserve.

Nashville, Tenn (PRWEB) January 22, 2013

When elderly veterans require assistance obtaining disability benefits from the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (DVA), they call upon Attorney Kristen Vanderkooi and her knowledgeable team at the Center for Elder Veterans Rights, PC (CFEVR). With the launch of their new website, family members and those working to support a disabled or elderly veteran now have an easily accessible resource for finding updated information on available VA benefits.

Vanderkooi partnered with Nashville web design and online marketing experts, Horton Group, to create an effective way to share with people valuable information about her office and services. The website was successfully launched in early January. Now, potential clients along with their supporters can find specific details as to how the legal professionals at CFEVR can help address their needs. The website also includes a regularly updated ‘Breaking News’ section, highlighting recent developments pertinent to VA disability benefits in an easy to understand format.

CFEVR’s new website contains important information for people seeking knowledge about VA Disability Benefits. Also included on the website is an extremely detailed FAQ section, with answers to questions from, who is eligible for benefits, to issues concerning recent legislation. Visitors will find helpful suggestions concerning measures elderly people can take to protect themselves from scams that look to take rather than give.

Though CFEVR’s website is informative, their team of legal experts understands that each person’s circumstances are different. After perusing the website visitors are encouraged to call CFEVR for a free initial consultation. They can also fill out the online contact form and a CFEVR representative will get back to them right away.

Vanderkooi advised, “If someone cannot cite the law supporting their position, be weary. This firm is made up of legal professionals dedicated to veteran’s rights.” She added, “The new website offers excellent resources for those struggling to get the accurate information and support they deserve.”

With the firm’s sole focus on representing client’s before the VA, Vanderkooi and her team offer a wealth of experience, ensuring each client’s claims filed before the VA are completely developed and contain all of the information the VA will need to make a timely decision.


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