Veterans Disability Advocates Christopher Boudi Joins Veterans Help Group

Our firm is pleased to announce the addition of our newest associate veterans disability lawyer, Christopher Boudi. Chris joins our firm after having helped veterans obtain VA disability and other benefits for six years. A passionate advocate for the injured, the disabled, and the marginalized, Chris has also offered his assistance and support to individuals and families in the areas of insurance, workers’ compensation, and social security advocates.

Our team of VA disability advocates is excited to have Chris on our side. He brings a wide breadth of legal knowledge to our firm, a fresh perspective on the ways in which we can best meet our clients’ needs, and an impressive academic background. Before earning his Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from the Valparaiso University School of Law, he graduated from Indiana University with a B.A. in sociology. He is also licensed with the Indiana State Bar, the Illinois State Bar, and the United State Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.

Chris will be focusing solely on veterans disability and related claims and will be working in our Northwest Indiana office to serve our clients in Chicago and the northwest Indiana area. We are confident that his passion for advocacy will help our clients obtain the benefits they need and deserve. If you or your loved one is currently looking to file a veterans disability claim or appeal, place your trust in a firm comprised of talented, genuine, and experienced veterans disability advocates.

Contact us to consult with Chris Boudi!

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