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DAV recently hired a lawyer to rebuttal my sleep apnea case and why VA denied it after several months I received a letter saying that the lawyer had won my case and the decision had to be remanded. My question is can the Veterans Law Judge go against what the court decided and once again deny my claim or just sign on the dotted line. E benefits says my case is currently in his hands.