Two Veterans Benefits Attorneys Named to National Volunteer Honor Roll

Dan Krasnegor and David Lowenstein, attorneys in the firm’s Veterans Benefits Group, have been named to The Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program’s National Volunteer Corps Honor Roll. The Veterans Consortium is a non-profit organization created to provide pro bono legal representation before the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.

TVC’s most recent Annual Report recognizes the commitment of individual attorneys, law firms, corporate legal teams and academic programs for their role in fulfilling the Consortium’s mission to serve veterans and their families. Members of TVC’s National Volunteer Corps “have shown a willingness to devote their time, expertise, and resources to this worthy cause—not only as advocates before the Court, but also as strategic advisors, as mentors and guides to our other volunteers, and as generous financial benefactors to The Veterans Consortium. We know from experience that our volunteers are drawn to the Pro Bono Program for the opportunity to put their legal expertise to work for those who have given so much for our country.”