Legal Representation in Veterans Affairs
We are Pennsylvania Veterans Law Attorneys
Veterans make the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Many return to civilian life with painful emotional, psychological and physical injuries. Veterans who are unable to work due to a physical or mental injury that was incurred during their military service can seek benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The process of obtaining these benefits can be a battlefield in and of itself. You will be put through the ringer, forced to prove your injuries, and at times, you may feel second-guessed by the very government that you protected.
Scaringi Law is a law firm serving vets in central Pennsylvania. We give each client individualized attention. Your case will receive passionate care, time and effort. To schedule a consultation, please call us locally in Harrisburg at 717-775-7195.
Are You a Veteran Who Is Unable to Work?
Were you physically or mentally injured while serving in the military? If you are unable to work because of your injury, you can seek VA benefits. While it is difficult to obtain benefits, it is entirely possible. A dedicated attorney can be a fierce advocate for you during this time, particularly when the VA appeal process seems overwhelming. The wait time between an initial denial and a decision by the board on an appeal averages between two and four years. We will never give up on you and will continue to seek the successful resolution of your claim. Our representation includes:
- Gathering your medical and military records
- Preparing and submitting memoranda of law to the VA in support of your claim
- Gathering additional evidence to support your claim
- Helping you obtain care from a private doctor or other expert when necessary
- Representing you at the appeal hearing in Philadelphia before a judge with the Board of Veterans Appeals
Our firm focuses on obtaining the highest percent disability that is available for your particular claim. We can seek 100 percent disability and an award of total disability based on individual unemployability (TDIU). While military service affects every vet differently, we frequently handle claims involving:
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Spinal injuries
- Sexual trauma
- Agent Orange exposure
You Protected Us — Now Let Us Protect You
Schedule a consultation today with a knowledgeable attorney at Scaringi Law. We have offices to serve vets throughout Central Pennsylvania. Call us at 717-775-7195, or contact us through this fast and easy form.