Eric has always had a commitment to public service, enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps following high school graduation. During his four years of service in the U.S. Marines, he developed strong leadership skills as he achieved the rank of sergeant.
Following his time in the Marines, he attended college at the University of Rhode Island and then worked his way through law school at Roger Williams University. With the formation of a successful law practice, his devotion to his country and fellow soldiers remained.
His work at Mesothelioma Hope focuses on helping veterans diagnosed with mesothelioma navigate the waters of the VA. He helps veterans receive benefits by walking them through the many forms and procedures required by the VA, providing them with veteran-friendly legal support. Eric is always available to work on behalf of other veterans.
“It is my goal to help veterans navigate the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) so that they can get access to the services and benefits they’ve earned. It is our duty to take care of our veteran family, and I’m proud to continue to serve these family members long after their military service has ended.”
—Eric P.W. Hall, VA-Accredited Attorney & Veterans Advocate
Eric is also a captain in the U.S. Air Force Reserve, where he serves as a JAG officer in the R.I. Air National Guard.
Eric looks forward to hearing your story and providing guidance during this difficult time.