Veterans' benefits lawyer Sean Kendall has been working to help veterans since his student days at The George Washington University in Washington D.C. In fact, he has been actively studying and pursuing justice for veterans since the inception of the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims in 1988, participating in precedent-setting cases such as Ephraim v. Brown, 5 Vet. App. 549 (1993).
Since starting his own practice in the early 1990s, Sean has been helping veterans on thousands of cases all over the U.S. His travels include recent cases in California, Florida, North Carolina, Illinois, Colorado, and other western States.
Sean views himself as a veterans' advocate, laboring inside and outside of the courtroom on behalf of America's military veterans. Collectively, the attorneys at this office have over 35 years of experience with veterans' law. Sean holds his work to the highest of ethical standards and are committed to serving veterans who so bravely defended our country. To hear more from vets who have worked Sean, visit our testimonials page.