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Patrick Thomas Stealey

Although courtroom experience in West Virginia and Ohio prepared him to embark on his career as a VA Disability attorney, Patrick Stealey was happy to trade in the courtroom for the VA hearing room.

As a VA attorney and member of the Jan Dils team in Parkersburg, Patrick has found the perfect home to pursue his passion for working with Veterans to get them the benefits they have earned through their service to their country.

Patrick also has two family members who served in the military. His aunt is a United States Air Force Veteran, and his grandfather served in the United States Marine Corps. Drawing on his professional and personal backgrounds, Patrick strives to lessen the burdens of the VA compensation system through collaboration, communication; and compassion.

Born and raised in the Mid-Ohio Valley, Patrick received his BA from Ohio University, where he graduated magna cum laude before going on to earn his Juris Doctor degree from the WVU School of Law. While at WVU, he served as President of the West Virginia Association for Justice, Student Chapter. He has been admitted to practice in the states of Ohio and West Virginia, and the U.S. District Courts for the Southern Districts of West Virginia and Ohio. After his academic career, Patrick returned to serve the people of the community he always called home.

Outside of the office, Patrick enjoys spending his time golfing, bowling, skeet shooting, cooking, and playing guitar and drums. We are excited to have Patrick on our team!

Area of Practice:
Veterans Disability

 

Education:
BA degree from Ohio University, graduated Magna Cum Laude

 

Special Accreditations/ Awards:
President of the West Virginia Association for Justice, Student Chapter. WVU School of Law.

Admitted to practice in the states of Ohio and West Virginia, and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia.

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