Elder Law of Omaha (ElderLawOmaha.com) is pleased to announce the expansion of its law firm with the addition of a new Veterans Disability law division. Catherine N. Swiniarski, founding partner of Elder Law of Omaha, is pleased to announce that experienced Veterans Disability law attorney, Cameron Kroeger, has joined the firm to head up that division. Mr. Kroeger will guide his clients through the difficult maze of Veterans Disability claims to ensure that veterans and their spouses receive the benefits they are entitled to.

Mr. Kroeger grew up in Grand Island and earned his law degree from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln – College of Law. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Kroeger served in the United States Air Force as a military linguist, with service in Iraq, Kuwait, and Germany. After the Air Force, Mr. Kroeger worked as a civilian for the Army for several years before returning to his home state to attend law school. Mr. Kroeger comes from a large regional firm specializing in Veterans Disability law.

Mr. Kroeger currently lives with his wife and young child in Lincoln. The couple plans to relocate to Omaha soon.

In addition to Veterans Disability law, Elder Law of Omaha specializes in Elder Law including Estate and Trust Planning, Special Needs Trusts, Adult Guardianships and Conservatorships, Medicaid Asset Preservation and Long-Term Care Planning, Veterans Disability Compensation and Pension, and Veterans Aid and Attendance. Learn more or set up a free 30-minute consultation by calling (402) 614-6400 or visiting ElderLawOmaha.com.