Supporting Veteran Owned Businesses

We’ve been very honored to have the opportunity to offer legal representation to the men and women who have served our country.  One of the best things about this opportunity is getting to know those brave men and women.  Recently, we had the opportunity to meet  Zeb and Lauren Barnes, owners of Redbeard Brew Bars.

Zeb is a veteran of the United State Marine Corps.  He enlisted after September 11, 2001, and served eight years as a Scout Sniper and Recon Marine.  He served in Iraq during that time and later served as a military trainer and adviser around the globe.  After his military service, Zeb returned home to be close to family.  He and wife Lauren opened Redbeard Brew Bars in Bowdon, Georgia, a small town just a few miles down the road from our office.  Zeb and Lauren combined their interests – his love of homebrewed beer and her love of natural, healthy products – to create Redbeard Brew Bars.  The company handcrafts soap using natural oils and adds Zeb’s homemade brewed beer as a lathering agent. Everyone we have showed the soap to has loved it and been asking for their own bar.

As great as their handmade products are, we are just as excited about something else Zeb and Lauren are doing to help their fellow veterans with their own business ventures.  Please check out the website they host, Redbeard Post Exchange, which promotes products of other veteran owned businesses.  Their website has a featured story section which provides information about these other veterans and their civilian businesses.  On it, you will find interesting information about veterans who now work as artists and craftsmen.

We are excited about the soap we purchased from Redbeard Brew Bars.  We will be giving it to the veterans we represent in veterans disability benefit claims.  We would like to encourage you to support Redbeard Brew Bars and other veteran owned businesses.  These men and women put their lives at risk to keep us safe at home.  As difficult as their time in service was, many face even greater challenges as they ease back into their civilian lives.  Some have a hard time finding employment or fitting into a traditional, civilian “employer-employee” situation.  Others, like Zeb, have sacrificed for years being away from family and now want to pursue their dream through a new family business.

Thanks to Zeb and Lauren for all they have done and continue to do to help veterans.  Do what you can, too.  Stop by their shop, check out their websites, and, whenever you can, buy veteran made!

Travis Studdard is an attorney who focuses on representing veterans in VA disability compensation claims.  He regularly writes about issues that are important to veterans and their families.

You can subscribe to his Veterans Disability channel on YouTube.

Rita BarnesRita Barnes
00:03 20 Jan 22
This is a great group of people who really care about your well being. They all treated me as though I was family and helped me with my work comp case in more ways than the average would have.Thank you Jason and Thank you Tina! For doing an awesome job.
Cortex ButlerCortex Butler
18:09 29 Dec 21
I am a Veteran of United States Air Force and was awarded my first 30% in 1996 and have been fighting for my rating for 26 years I came to Perkins and Studdard in 2019 while my mom was in a terrible incident and was given to much anesthesia and through GODS Grace she was spared her life, She is disabled since 2018 and I have been struggling with my life and issues and yet I didn’t call the law firm every 10 minutes or call being rude anytime, I mentioned this as I got to know Jessica more than just a phone call and Mr Studdard was always available when not working on other cases or in court, They always called back and Never had to do a call back, My Review is Simple in Life there peaks and valleys and it doesn’t stop because you have issues, Perkins & Studdard took my case in 2019 in 2021 I received my 100% from VA, I Was Never Rude, I was Never Promised Success, I Was Never Lied too and I was Always Treated with Respect, Friendliness, and Kindness the Real Stuff not a (Money Thing) If You want a firm that Cares about the Client and will work on your case even through a pandemic, Will not lie, will not promise anything will communicate your case and will Give you their Best ALWAYS THIS IS THE Best Law Firm for VETS HANDS DOWN Perkins and Studdard THERE IS NO OTHER 100% we had 5 calls Total Case That’s Taking Care Of Business
annetteMomma nokesannetteMomma nokes
14:29 12 Sep 16
Jason and his paralegal Lisa were on point and on top of their game when it came to handling my worker's comp. injury case. I tried going it alone and the insurance carrier pushed me around. They denied extra physical therapy. They denied injections the doctor recommended to ease my pain. When I turned my case over to Jason things turned around, QUICK. They were at all times attentive and on top of my case. I cannot recommend Jason and his staff enough. If you are hurt at work, this is the firm you want on YOUR side.
Sheila KirklinSheila Kirklin
23:11 12 May 16
Jason Perkins, was my lawyer in a workers comp. case, my case has settled now, and I am very happy for all Jason and his office hard work on my case, he was always there to help me out with any questions that I had or help I needed. Jason is a excellent lawyer and if I ever need another one I would only go to Perkins,Because I believe they would be able to help me in any situation I am in need of..
Anna PabonAnna Pabon
23:16 13 Sep 15
I recommend Perkins Law Firm. Everyone I came in contact with there was very nice. Kim was very helpful and any time I had a question she made sure I got an answer. Ann Margaret really took the time to explain things to me.

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