OFFICERS OF THE COURTS CORP. ("OCC") PROVIDes OUR WOUNDED VETERANS CRITICAL LEGAL REPRESENTATION AT NO CHARGE
Over a decade of war took its toll on our brave Americans in uniform who answered the call again and again. Hundreds of thousands of our veterans suffered life-changing injuries in Afghanistan and Iraq.
They protected us.
Now it's time for us to assist them. With your support, OCC comes through: recovering millions of dollars in disability pensions and benefits, halting foreclosures and evictions, obtaining real estate tax exemptions, and resolving legal problems before local, state and federal tribunals.
OCC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that really makes a difference in the lives of our wounded warriors. Donate today.
HeAr Their Voices
"The Army has a Warriors Ethos-- I will always place the mission first, I will never accept defeat, I will never quit, I will never leave a fallen comrade. This is that true commitment that Mr. Pasquale gave me when I needed it most. I found that he too lived by the Warriors Ethos.”
- MSG G.L.
"You will never know the heartfelt gratitude I feel. This was a hard enough situation going into the medical board as it was, but you helped to make it so much better."
- CPL K.
"On behalf of all Pennsylvanians, I extend my sincere gratitude for your outstanding legal work."
Tom Corbett, 2013
"When representing disabled soldiers, Michael Pasquale never accepts defeat. . . he has become a hero to America's wounded warriors."
Super Lawyers Magazine, 2014
"Because of your help not only did I receive favorable decision but it is far more than I expected. I truly know that the only reason and I do mean only reason I received this decision is because of your diligence and professionalism. Thank you does not seem enough for what you have done for me and my family."
- SGT D.S.
"New Jersey Hero. . . Pasquale shepherds clients through the appeals process to get their benefits raised to a fair level. . .
Money Magazine, 2014
"NJ lawyer champions rights of disabled vets. . . Mike Pasquale doesn’t just talk about helping vets; he walks them through the painful process. . ."
New Jersey Star Ledger, 2014