Knowledgeable. Caring. Hardworking. Humorous. Passionate about equal justice under the law. These are the qualities his former co-workers used to describe the late Phil Dailey, a Penn Yan, New York native and paralegal. Dailey was recently honored for his dedication to civil justice by the New York State Bar Association’s with the creation of a … Read moreNYSBA establishes social justice award in honor of the late Phil Dailey, paralegal
We’re still feeling the effects of the 2007 economic crisis. As many people, continue to deal with a lack of employment or underemployment, veterans are finding themselves increasingly in this situation. Of the 2.9 million long term unemployed people who were denied benefits this year – 285,000 of them are veterans. There is a program … Read moreProgram aimed at helping unemployed veterans
Home to over 1,000,000 veterans, New Yorkers lead the way in service to our country. 80,000 New York veterans have served or are currently serving in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, including more than 7,000 members of the New York Army National Guard. Many of our Veterans have been deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan … Read moreCivil legal hotline available for NY Veterans
For the thousands of veterans returning home, getting back to life as usual is a hard task. Many come back traumatized from all they have seen and encountered and in need of mental health services. Thankfully, on July 13, 2010, VA published a final regulation that will make access to care and the claims process … Read moreDo You Know a Veteran Struggling with PTSD?
More than 250 attorneys from New York State are participating in the Veteran Referral Panel Program. This program provides discounted legal help to military veterans in several areas: Obtaining federal benefits Military discharge upgrades Adoptions, and Bankruptcy. Veterans participating in the program can have a free initial phone consultation and enjoy a 25% discount on … Read moreDiscounted Legal Help for Veterans