Waymart, Pennsylvania Social Security Disability/SSI Lawyers
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Attorney Timothy D. Belt is the son of Reverend James and Patricia Belt, and he has resided primarily in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area since 1985. Tim graduated from Lackawanna Trail High School and is a 1996 summa cum laude graduate of the University of the Ozarks. Tim graduated from Villanova University School of Law in 1999 and shortly thereafter began practicing law in the Wilkes-Barre area. Tim’s practice focuses on workers compensation, social security disability, unemployment compensation and auto injury claims. Tim is a frequent speaker in regard to workers compensation issues...
My practice covers various topics including civil litigation, criminal law, wills, real estate, social security disability, and more. I also assist with my firm's representation of two local school districts and an intermediate unit. I am an experienced courtroom advocate who has represented hundreds of clients at various hearings and trials in both an administrative and courtroom setting. I am also an experienced appellate attorney, having brought and defended numerous appeals in Pennsylvania's appellate courts. I served as appellate counsel for the following reported decisions: In re York County District Attorney's Office, 15 A.3d 70 (Pa....
(570) 522-3747 130 Buffalo Road
Lewisburg, PA 17837
Lewisburg, PA 17837
I concentrate my practice in the areas of family law, workers’ compensation, personal injury, social security disability, and general civil litigation. In the area of family law, I have experience representing clients in divorce, custody, child and spousal support matters, domestic violence matters, guardianships, and power of attorney abuses. In the area of workers’ compensation, I represent claimants throughout various stages of workers compensation litigation from the initial claim petition, to hearings, penalty petitions, and compromise and release hearings. I have successfully argued complex workers’ compensation matters before both Workers’ Compensation Judges and the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board. ...