Lori Underwood - Woods and Woods, LLP

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Lori Underwood

Woods and Woods, LLP

PO Box 1287

Evansville, IN 47706


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  • Social Security
  • Personal Injury
  • Military Law
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Lori Underwood received her bachelor’s degree in marketing at the University of Southern Indiana in 2006. She went on to earn her J.D. from Northern Kentucky University’s Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 2011. Prior to joining Woods and Woods VA Disability Lawyers, Lori gained valuable courtroom experience as an attorney for the State of Indiana in juvenile court.

Lori is admitted to practice law in the state of Indiana, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana. In December 2009, she co-authored the article “Penn Central v. Armco Steel: What’s Wrong With a Narrative Response?” for Ohio Trial magazine.

An active member of the Evansville Bar Association, Lori also sits on the Indiana Legal Services Board of Directors and the Wessleman Nature Society Board of Directors.

Today, Lori focuses her practice on helping unemployed veterans obtain Total Disability Individual Unemployability Benefits. As an
Individual Unemployability Lawyer, Lori works with doctors, psychologists, and vocational experts to get her clients the benefits they deserve. 

If you have been denied VA Disability Benefits, talk to Lori and the VA Benefits Appeals Lawyers at Woods and Woods. You only pay our Veterans Disbaility Lawyers if you win your VA claim.

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