Military Disability Retirement


In this panel style webinar Tully Rinckey’s Partners, Heather Tenney and Allison Weber and Associate, Ira Rushing will provide an overview of the essentials needed in order to receive your military disability retirement.

Topics Include:

  • The Integrated and Legacy Disability Evaluation process

  • Line of Duty Determinations

  • Differences between the Active Duty Components and the Reserve/National Guard

  • Correcting errors and seeking disability retirement after discharge.

How to Join:

To participate, please register using the form on this page. After registering, you will receive a link and instructions on how to access the webinar via email.

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Presented by:

Heather Tenney


Heather Tenney, Esq. is a Partner in Tully Rinckey PLLC’s military law practice group, where her experience as a litigation and advocacy attorney with the U.S. Army add to the number of qualified attorneys within the firm’s practice. Heather brought her skills as an advocate and negotiator to Tully Rinckey after honorably serving with the US Army’s JAG Corps, and the results speak for themselves.

Allison Weber


Allison is a Partner with Tully Rinckey PLLC’s Buffalo office, where she focuses her practice on all aspects of military and national security law. She represents clients at all levels of military criminal law from investigations to adverse actions and separation boards all the way to courts-martial and appeals to the service courts and the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces. 

Ira Rushing


Ira has unique and diverse experience as a litigation attorney in large and mid-size law firms, as a solo practitioner, and as a military lawyer. Ira focuses much of his time on the representation of military personnel and federal agents and employees, as well as private employers and non-profit corporations. Ira’s practice areas include military law, national security representation, veterans’ benefits, and labor and employment.