Justice for Alan: Their Morgan & Morgan Story


Alan C. Bunting served 32 years in the U.S. Air Force, retiring as a Colonel in 2004. He has a history of kidney problems dating back to 1991, but when his kidneys failed in 2014, the VA refused to give him any disability benefits for his kidneys. So Col. Bunting reached out to Morgan & Morgan. Attorney Stacey Clarke and case manager April Vaughan got to work, and soon after, Col. Bunting received full benefits for his end-stage kidney disease. "It was the best service for virtually no money," Col. Bunting says, "and it was all about me." Col. Bunting still keeps in touch with Stacey and April. He says, "It makes me feel good to know there's an organization out there that will look out for the troops like the VA should be."

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So I talked to Morgan & Morgan, and just, it was like a light came on in my life. You know, when you're already worried about your health -- as sad and self-focused as that is, you've got these people looking out for you. I can't begin to tell you how much that meant to me. And you know, the way they did things -- the cost, the support, the fact they still keep in touch with me. Morgan & Morgan lays it out on the line. Says what they're willing to do and then they do it. Which in my world, is unbelievable. The follow-up, the customer response, the concern and care is extraordinary. What more can you ask? They cut through all the layers of bureaucracy. Got to the bottom line. It's just the best service I've ever seen from anyone who didn't wear a uniform, in my life. Morgan & Morgan, For The People.