While November 11th is observed annually as Veterans Day in the United States, T-Mobile strives to show appreciation every day to our country’s veterans. The selfless determination, courage, and commitment veterans have demonstrated lays the foundation for America to succeed.
As some military service members may choose a lifelong career of service, many veterans journey to the private sector and leverage their skills to establish and run a small business. For these veterans many resources are available to help address the challenges associated with starting and nurturing their small business.
Attorney and Air Force veteran Dale Bennett, who owns Dale E. Bennett Law, knows all about the challenges and opportunities of starting and running a small business. While Bennett’s practice now focuses on Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation, Social Security Disability, Aviation Accident Law, and Veteran's Disability, Bennett acknowledges it’s been an evolution and journey to get the firm to where it is today.
Following his military career of five years in the Air Force, Bennett worked in the corporate world before deciding to attend law school. His veteran status allowed him to take advantage of the G.I. Bill. “I was really fortunate that my military service funded my law education and was able to finish law school nearly debt free,” says Bennett. The law school funding serves as an example of how a helpful resource enabled him to eventually embark on his successful small-business journey.