This eBook will teach you how to get C-Files (paper and electronic) from the VA Regional Office.
How to Get your VA C-File



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retiredat44

Question About Success Stories With Lawyers

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I would like to find out how many people found out using a lawyer turned out better than people who used a VSO, or lawyer... good, bad stoires..

I am weighing changing from a VSO to lawyer. I am going to interview a lawyer and see if they can do better..

but, want to hear experiences from others..

I am worried that the VSO does not have enough time and resources..

thanx..

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I have used a lawyer and he compares very well with an overworked VSO. If you claim in complicated get a lawyer. The

VSO's just don't have the brains or time to deal with complicated appeals. VSO's are primarily paper movers. You give them paper and they send it to the VA. I can do that myself.

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