Veterans Rights' Advocates Call for Attorneys


The Veterans Rights Advocates are searching for attorneys to assist veterans with there rights in the workplace.  If you are an attorney that has experience or is willing to help veterans with their rights in the workplace, please go to AskTell to register your name, e-mail, and relevant background.  You must know what it takes to try a case in Federal Court and understand a veterans rights under VEVRAA or USERRA as a minimum requirement to provide legal assistance to a veteran in need of a labor lawyer regarding his veterans rights in the workplace.  Knowing how to deal with the OFCCP and/or VETS would make a lawyer more valuable to veterans legal causes.  Some veterans need specialized legal aid to file appeals.

After searching through 60,000 attorneys around and in Los Angeles, we could not find an attorney who had provided assistance to a veteran in the workplace.  Also, none of these attorneys knew what the OFCCP did or meant.  In addition, there are about 180,000 practicing attorneys registered in California alone.

PrepaidLegalServices (PPLS) has been thoroughly investigated and was found to never have helped a single veteran in the workplace in the federal courts system under VEVRAA.  The PPLS home office in Oklahoma confirmed this fact by not citing one such case involving a veteran.  A large law firm that is a member of PPLS, stated that they have never gone into the federal courts system to represent a veteran under VEVRAA.  A long term associate member of PPLS flatly stated that the PPLS lawyers never go up against the federal agencies. Therefore, the PPLS Google advertising has been removed from this page.

Any attorney listed here will be subject to the following rules: 

1) The attorney must be qualified to practice in the federal courts system.  

2) A veteran will contact a listed attorney directly. 

3) If a LINK is available for a lawyer, the LINK will be provided for the veteran.

Note:  An attorney referral list in zip format is provided here and on LINKS that has some EMPD lawyers listed in NVLSP Lawyers Referral List.

We are proud to present a resource that is the best on the Internet.  Col. Dan Cedusky has been the best fighter for veterans that we know.  We have recommended ColDan many times to veterans in need of medical, legal, and help of all types.  If Dan doesn't have the answer to your question, he can advise you who to contact in many instances.  Compared to Dan, we are specialists in VEVRAA and USERRA only.  Please read below for more information.

Scott.. we all do what we can.. keepon keeping on  keep me on your list.. add me where you think I can help

I am only one guy.. do what I can

Subject: [VeteranIssues] Veteran's Consumers' Guide to Legal Help
 
I have a few a lawyers in several states that assist me with answering questions.. I won't list them. but I do sometimes refer you to one in your area when needed.. One of the best is in Mich, Robert Walsh
Here are some good web sites for attorney's versed in Veterans law:
 
 
 
 
 
also see National Organization of Social Security Claimant's Representatives: http://www.nosscr.org
 
National Organization of Veterans Advocates:   <http://www.vetadvocates.com>
 
 
Here is a resource for help finding legal help.  When you are broke, it is hard
to find help. Click on the map to find some contacts in your State/area.
 
After clicking on a State.. a page like this will come up..
 
There are many legal aid and pro bono programs in communities that provide
legal help for the poor. People with income below the federal

<http://www.abanet.org/legalservices/findlegalhelp/faq_freehelp.cfm#fedguides>

 poverty guidelines are generally eligible for free legal help through these programs. People who are elderly, disabled, the victims of domestic violence, enlisted in the military or in other special circumstances also may be eligible for help even if their income is a little higher.

 
Legal <http://www.lsc.gov/map/IL.php>  Services
Federally funded legal services offices provide lawyers who are experts in
helping poor people with legal problems. (learn
>  more...)
 
Pro Bono programs match low-income clients with volunteer lawyers, who agree
to take their cases for free. (learn
more...)
 
Other <http://www.illinoislegalaid.org>  Sources for Legal Help
This directory includes other sources of legal assistance for low and
moderate-income people. Some of these offices provide free services, and
others may charge a fee. (learn
>  more...)
 
for People in Special Circumstances
Nationwide directory of programs that help senior citizens, people with
disabilities, victims of domestic violence, and other specific populations.
more...)
 
another link is at:
 
 
also see this web site for Homeless Veterans
 
Stand Downs are one- to three-day events offering homeless veterans a broad
range of necessities including food, clothing, medical services, legal and
mental health assistance, job counseling and referrals. A list of scheduled
Stand Downs can be found at 

http://www.nchv.org/standdownevents.cfm.

 
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"Keep on, Keepin' on"
Dan Cedusky, Champaign IL "Colonel Dan"
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