Cameron Kroeger - Berry Law Firm
Cameron Kroeger
Cameron Kroeger

Cameron Kroeger

Berry Law Veteran’s Advocate since 2016

Husband, Air Force Veteran, Musician, Veteran’s Advocate at Berry Law.

Cameron Kroeger stands shoulder to shoulder with Veterans in their fight for VA disability compensation. Having pursued his own VA disability claim, Cameron has firsthand knowledge of how difficult the claims process can be. Cameron found his first inspiration to practice law in his uncle, a successful lawyer who Cameron always admired. As a former member of the air force, Cameron finds great fulfillment in advocating for other Veterans and helping them get the services that they need. 

As a VA attorney, Cameron’s biggest motivation in life is a desire to change the world for the better. He loves getting the opportunity to help fellow Veterans with his legal work. Cameron has received multiple honors from the Air Force himself, including the Joint Service Commendation Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, U.S. Air Force CALI award for excellence in law school – International Telecommunications Law (Cyberwarfare), and more.

Work with Cameron


Years Practicing
Largest Backpay Award
Staff Sergeant
Military Rank
Musical Instruments Owned
Cameron with his wife Rose in a 1957 Ford Fairlane Victoria

Committed to His Work

Cameron’s work as a VA attorney has gotten many veterans connected with much-needed benefits and accommodations, even in long-shot and tough-to-win cases. His own military service and his passion for veterans’ advocacy inspired him to become a member of the National Organization of Veteran advocates.

Cameron’s favorite quote of all time is a perfect representation of his optimistic mindset and commitment to serving those in need, especially Veterans: “Lost causes are the only ones worth fighting for.” Cameron’s own military service has given him deep empathy for other Veterans, and his experiences in the Air Force and as a Veteran have made him even more passionate about working with Veterans who may be seen as “lost causes” by the VA.

Cameron in Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom

Musician at Heart

When Cameron is not working, he loves to read books and play the guitar. Cameron collects musical instruments, and his home is filled with everything from pipe organs to keyboards to guitars. One of Cameron’s favorite subjects to learn about in his free time is law history. He thinks it provides him extra firepower when advocating for his clients. He also has a cat, who plays the role of Cameron’s apathetic housemate.


  • VA Appeals
  • Veterans’ Disability Benefits
  • Nebraska State Court
  • Federal Court for the District of Nebraska
  • University of Nebraska College of Law, J.D.
  • University of Maryland, B.A.
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • Joint Service Commendation Medal
  • Air Force Commendation Medal
  • Army Achievement Medal
  • Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal

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