The Center for Veterans
Rights and Appeals

Where Veterans Come First


The Center for Veterans Rights and Appeals


The Center's mission is to provide high quality legal services and advice to veterans of the United States uniformed services.  

There are numerous rights for qualified veterans and active duty military members.  Those rights may include protections under various federal statutes such as the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, Veterans Administration Benefits, and others.

Department of Veterans Affairs Benefits

The attorneys at the Center for Veterans Rights and Appeals pride themselves on their compassionate representation of wounded soldiers and sailors.  Lawyer Ted Sumner is a veteran of the United States Coast Guard and has gone through the VA system.  His experience in the military and the VA system gives him the experience to understand the issues facing veterans.  Ted Sumner has been representing clients in disputes with the government and private parties since 2000.  See About Us for more details.

Sumner Law, PC and
The Center for Veterans 
Rights and Appeals are a
VA verified Service Disabled
Veteran Owned Small Business
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The Center for Veteran Rights and Appeals is an assumed business name of Sumner Law, PC. Lawyers at the Center are admitted to represent clients in the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, the Department of Veterans Affairs, Oregon state and federal court, Washington state court, the Western District of Washington, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.  The information provided on this web site is offered for informational purposes only.  It is not offered as legal advice and does not constitute legal advice. Sumner Law and the Center For Veterans Rights and Appeals does not seek to represent you based upon your visit to or review of this web site.  This web site may be considered advertising under the rules of Oregon and Washington.  You should not make legal hiring decisions based upon brochures, advertising, or other promotional materials.
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