"Eric Gang is the founder and managing partner of Gang & Associates, LLC, a law practice specializing in the representation of military veterans based in Washington, D.C. Gang handles the firm's day-to-day operations and maintains a team of skilled attorneys and support staff as CEO of Gang & Associates.
Increased ratings claims, service-connection claims, CAVC appeals, DIC (dependence and indemnity compensation), and TDIU are among the legal issues Gang's firm tackles for clients. Gang specializes in the representation of veterans suffering from PTSD and traumatic brain injuries. A small number of qui tam whistleblower cases involving defense contractor and SDVOSB fraud are also handled by Gang.
Eric Gang and his colleagues have aided hundreds of veterans in obtaining favorable decisions from government agencies such as the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC), the Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA), and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) (VA). Gang has also been successful in obtaining tens of millions of dollars on behalf of injured and disabled veterans.
Work as a teacher
Eric Gang, in addition to his legal work, conducts C.E. (continuing education) classes on legal concerns affecting wounded veterans. Gang is currently a lecturer for the National Business Institute and a member of the Lawline.com faculty.
Gang has also lectured for the State Bar Association, Rossdale, and the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education on continuing legal education (CLE) topics.
Eric Gang is the co-author of two books on VA benefits appeals. His third novel, Betrayal of Valor, is set to be released in the near future.
Gang has also authored several instructional papers for injured soldiers and their lawyers. Gang's work has also appeared in periodicals including The Federal Lawyer."