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    • Our guest will be Elizabeth Turner. She is an attorney who handles Veterans issues.   Elizabeth has extensive experience handling Criminal cases and traffic tickets, including DUI/DWIs. As a former prosecutor, Elizabeth has a vast understanding of how the criminal justice system works and how to best assist her clients. Elizabeth handles civil cases, ranging from estate planning and powers of attorney to landlord/tenant problems and lawsuits against school districts. Elizabeth has vast trial experience and isn't afraid of much. She keeps calm in the midst of chaos and can get done what a lot of others cannot. Elizabeth will fight to protect your rights no matter your situation. Elizabeth is licensed in Missouri, Virginia, and the Western District of Missouri Federal Court. Elizabeth is also VA Certified to handle Veteran's Claims. To call in and ask Eizabeth a question, dial 347 237 4819   To listen, select this link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/haditcom/2019/01/25/hadit-podcast-with-special-guest-elizabeth-turner-of-elizabeth-turner-law-office
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    • Hi, I'm new to this board and the C&P exam process. I was injured many decades ago and was treated in military hospitals, I kept every record I could. I was initially given 10% for arthritis in my right shoulder although my entire shoulder was broken apart on active duty. Funny, I never questioned what the VA gave and assumed (I was young) that they were acting in good faith. Fast forward to today and now I have issues with range of motion, scaring pain, etc. I have filed a claim for an increase. Went to a C&P exam with an LHI contract "provider". Everything went well during exam, friendly, he measured scar, I told him how it was painful, he acknowledged it TWICE and looked at it, etc. Two months go by and I get the results. He says service it's connected (of course) but on his exam he checks NOT painful. Confused, I try to get in touch with him via LHI and cannot. I tell LHI it must be an admin error since there is only a YES or NO box he checks off. He must have made a mistake. LHI calls me back and states they contacted the provider and he swears there was no mention of any pain during the exam!  Well, if painful YES or NO is on his exam checklist, what do they think I would have said if he even covered that part during the exam? He never asked nor had to because I brought it up. So I look in to this "provider" and it turns out he is a nurse. He was wearing a frock that had "Dr." stitched on it when he did the exam. The exam was conducted at a clinic near me.  I called the clinic and they said he did not work there, only used an exam room there. So I checked the Internet for this guy and every clinic I found he was associated with I called and they said he did not work there and they did not know who he was! When I called LHI a service rep there told me they used contract providers to be "fair and unbiased" for the veteran! I then checked his state license and he has a nursing license, but the address listed is like a shell of an office at some strange store location. Basically a PO box service for mobile physicians. From what I can see, this nurse is just a shill for the VA, has no means of contact, no regular office location, goes around wearing a doctors gown and then when he does the exam and you disagree there is no recourse? I currently have another exam scheduled for next week. Now I have my guard up from the 1st experience. This time it is with a physician through VES. I checked that Dr.s' name and same thing, no office, no contact number, and only her history is in Indiana while I am in Florida and the exam will be here in Florida. I checked the Florida Department of Health for a physician's license and she is not listed as having one in Florida.  You need to check up on these "practitioners" they are scheduling you with. I think you might be surprised to see these flags; 1) No regular office or contact information. 2) Listed at several clinics or locations on the Internet. 3) Not licensed to practice medicine in your state. (Not sure yet, but I think Florida may allow this if only for a consultation) 4) Using a leased or rented exam room to do C&P exams at a clinic where they don't have a regular office. 5) Their sole source of income, primarily all they do is C&P exams as contractors for medical service companies. My finding is that this is all put on by the VA under the guise to make the C&P exams appear to be "fair and impartial" when basically you are being seen by a contract practitioner who is really nothing more than a straw man (or woman) VA employee. That way, they can meet you for the exam, send in the results, and when you finally see it two months later and it is not favorable or is deficient, you have no means to contact them to correct it. Then the VA can turn a blind eye and say they are only going off medical information provided to them by an independent medical practitioner, when they know very well it was essentially a VA paid agent who did the exam under these circumstances.  What is the recourse under these circumstances? Can you request another exam? It seems you can file a NOD but then you are burning up an appeal when you should not have to appeal it in the first place.  
    • Since your dad is an 88 year old vet in a wheelchair I have to wonder how the VA can deny him A&A, but they like to slow it down in hopes the vet dies.  They did this with my mother and grandmother who ended their days in a nursing home.  The 
      VA just dragged azz until they both died.  For my grandmother the VA said they could not find my grandfather's records.  They did not look.  My mother was only in the nursing home for about 5 months and then died.  The VA was not even warmed up.
    • Berta                            I see lawyers trying to get Roundup herbicide cases for cancer claiming the same company that manufactured AO has also produced another dangerous herbicide.  That just burns me up.  The VA just wants to limit the damage and stall until we are all dead.  This has always been the plan.
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