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Damian Leone professionally and ethically represents Clients who want help applying for, are having difficulty obtaining or have been denied Social Security Disability at all levels of the application and appeals process. He is a Scranton Wilkes-Barre Social Security Disability Attorney serving all of Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Every person in Scranton, Wilkes-Barre and Northeastern Pennsylvania who has an arguable claim for Social Security Disability should be represented by an Attorney. Their Attorney should professionally, ethically and vigorously represent them. They should have the opportunity to work closely and directly with their attorney far in advance of any hearing to maximize their chances of their obtaining benefits.


July 29, 2020

There are about 30 food pantries througout Lackawanna County. Their hours and days of operation can vary. If you are in need of food assistance contact one of these umbrella organizations to help you locate assistance closest to you.

Breadbasket of NEPA

(570) 343-2324

Friends of the Poor

(570) 340-6086

Weinberg/CEO Northeast Regional Foodbank


May 29, 2020

Did you doctor reccomend, advise or talk to you about getting shots to alleviate pain, discomfort or other symptoms? Did you not get them because of this fear? This is generally a negative then for your disability claim. In some cases it can be a big negative. Talk to your doctor and/or a psychiatrist about what medications or other techniques you can use to overcome your fear. Which is worse? Fear of needles or the other pain...

May 25, 2020

This list is only of invidividuals convicted of crimes related to their position. It is a work in progress. It does not include unethical behavior, questionable behavior or other behavior that lessens faith in government.The list is only for Lackawanna County. 


Court of Common Pleas Judge Frank Eagan

Elected Officials

Scranton Mayor Jim Courtwright

County Commissioner Robert Cordaro

County Commissioner A.J. Munchak


May 24, 2020

Did you know that your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits have an expiration date? The real world difference between SSI and SSDI is the amount of your monthly check. Depending on how consistently you've worked on the books and th amount of money you made your check could be anwhere from $800 to as much as $3,000. The national average is around $1,100. However while SSI has no expiration date (though you must...

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Damian Leone Esquire
Scranton Wilkes-Barre Northeastern Pennsylvania
Social Security Disability Attorney

(570) 677-3914