Berry Law Earns a Place on Inc.’s 2023 Best in Business for Veteran Support List

Berry Law Earns a Place on Inc.’s 2023 Best in Business for Veteran Support List


Lincoln, Nebraska – Berry Law, the law firm renowned for not only representing veterans but also hiring them, has been named to Inc.’s 2023 Best in Business for Veteran Support list.

Compiled annually, the Best in Business list names businesses that have had the most substantial positive impact on their communities, industries, the environment, and society as a whole. Berry Law is recognized for Inc.’s Veteran Support impact category, which acknowledges companies that dedicate substantial time and resources to supporting America’s veterans. Unlike Inc.’s similar Inc. 5000, which names the 5,000 fastest growing companies in America, the Best in Business list is restricted to only 215 companies.

“The thing that connects all of you is a higher purpose, and we are so pleased to be able to recognize that. Actually, we’re grateful,” said Eric Hagerman, Special Projects Editor for Inc. Media, in a statement issued to the businesses on the list. Hagerman noted that the judging process was “very competitive.” Berry Law is distinguished for providing financial support, leadership, internal programs, scholarships, and raising community awareness to make a tangible difference in the lives of veterans and their families, ensuring they receive the support and recognition they deserve.

Berry Law was founded in 1965, and through two generations of the Berry family has been dedicated to representing active and retired members of the armed services. John Berry, Jr. is himself a US Army veteran who was deployed to Bosnia for Operation Joint Forge as a platoon leader. He later served as a Company Commander in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom. In addition to providing legal representation to veterans, Berry Law is also known for employing them. Earlier this year, the firm received the 2023 Hire Vets Medallion from U.S. Acting Secretary of Labor Julie A. Su. Berry Law was also named by the Military Times as one of 2023’s best employers for veterans in America.

“I am honored to be recognized by Inc.’s Best in Business for our initiatives to support veterans. We proudly champion veteran empowerment as Berry Law owes much of its success to these heroes and the leadership they bring to our organization and the community as a whole.”

If you or a loved one needs help appealing a VA disability decision or has been seriously injured, please consider contacting Berry Law at 402-576-5659

Berry Law stands as America’s Veterans Law Firm, boasting a legal team where over 20% have personally served in the military, and nearly 100% have immediate family members with military service. Infusing our daily work with the insight and experience gained from our military backgrounds, we are dedicated to supporting our clients. Notably, John Stevens Berry Jr., a former Company Commander in Operation Iraqi Freedom and participant in Operation Joint Forge in Bosnia, has authored a comprehensive guide to veterans’ disability benefits claims titled “The Next Battle.”

Berry Law
6940 O St. Suite 400 Lincoln, NE 68510
Press Contact : Bob Musilek

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