Gang & Associates is dedicated to respecting the governor’s stay-at-home directive for the safety of all in light of Covid-19.

Our entire staff is working remotely and we’re fully operational during this health crisis.

Due to the need to modify our working environment, please be patient as it may take slightly longer to get back to you when you contact us. However, we are continuing to work on all client matters and continue to undertake representation of new disabled veterans. We are accepting new clients with serious disabilities at this time.


Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances

I was in Viet Nam in 1965. I got PTSD. It was very traumatic and there were many like me in Viet Nam.

I had open heart surgery not long ago. I couldn’t get enough air. I needed another body. Eric is a wonderful attorney. He’s very concerned when he speaks with veterans. He doesn’t evade people, he explains things well. Eric’s a wonderful human being and a very good attorney. He takes care of business and does the job to the best of his ability. The best part is his humanity. I was very impressed with him. I have recommended him to other vets and friends from the hospital. Eric is a down to earth person. He’s meticulous. He sent me all the paperwork. I was in Viet Nam in 1965. They said I would see MOS, but first they saw you as a soldier and you had to serve in combat first. I got PTSD. What the VA does is a real injustice. 20 years later in a meeting with a psychiatrist, I talked about this experience. It was very traumatic and there were many like me in Viet Nam.