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Alpha Talks and Seminars
Sean Libby, and John March are available to speak with your organization. If your members would be interested in learning more about disability benefits for veterans, please contact us today. There is no charge for this service.
We can give seminars, talk at conferences or events, or simply visit any veterans group for a chat.
What to Talk About
Any topic related to veterans disability compensation and/or Social Security disability issues, such as:
- Understanding Service Connection to Getting VA Disability Compensation
- How to Increase Your Service-Connected Disability Rating to Get Maximum VA Benefits
- Understanding New Rulings at the VA
- Social Security Disability for Veterans
- VA or Social Security Benefits and Services for Veterans with Disabilities
- Other Topics to Better Understand Disability Compensation for Veterans
About the Speakers
Sean Libby is the vice president of corporate development at Alpha as well as its parent organization, Freedom Disability, a national Social Security disability advocacy group. Sean has helped shape a unique advocacy approach to helping people with disabilities secure benefits from the Social Security Administration.
John March is the manager of Veterans Disability Advocacy at Alpha. He is an experienced former Veterans Service Officer who has been advocating for veterans for over 10 years. March, a veteran, is highly respected within the veterans disability community for his effectiveness in helping fellow veterans with their disability claims.
If you would like to invite Sean to speak at your group or event, please email VeteransResponse@alphadisability.com
Note: All representation coordinated by Alpha is provided by our employees, the Advocates, who are accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). No private organization that trains and employs accredited agents has been legally recognized by the VA for the purposes of preparation, presentation, and prosecution of claims. This work must be done by the Advocates themselves and not organizations.