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  1. VA Doc Conceeds.pdfI JUST WON MY CLAIM On March 25, I made a post that I was going to go at this from all angles so as not leave anything to chance. I explained that I know Med Mal litigation very well and how to hit doctors where they live. I explained that I was positioning the Doc that turned my C&P into a bloody abortion that had to place in reality and that I had a tactic that would turn her negligence into an intentional tort unless she issued a complete retraction of all harmful opinions. I explained to her that if she allowed that to happen, I would then be able to go after he
  2. I am too smart to claim to know what I don't know. I don't know diddly about the screwed up procedures and the morons in the VA f**king up claims, whose only qualification is they were in the military and can't find a civilian job. You asknod are talking out your ass and don't even know it, that is definitely a sign of a staggering intellect. I defended Med Mal cases for many years and for many more I sued docs. 75%+ of medical malpractice is all about forming negligent opinions. It is the opinion they get sued over. They formed a negligent opinion and made a plan based on such stupidity
  3. I absolutely agree with what you say about one month being a day in VA time. The whole point of what I am trying to do is that is how they count time when it comes to the interests of a Veteran. I feel quite strongly that they will count time like everyone else, when they are concerned about the interests of the doctor. More specifically, the doctor will count time like everyone else, when it comes down to her interests. It shouldn't be that way, but it is. As I have said before, this is really about strategy and tactics.
  4. Hamslice, When you last mentioned coercion, I reluctantly agreed that that term could apply. However, it feels so wrong to call it coercion, I looked up the definition. It seems that in a technical sense that word applies, but the most common usage of that term is very negative and used to describe unlawful "coercion". Convincing is much more accurate. In the practice of law the best use of lawyers is often to convince people to correct their ways or their errors so that litigation is not necessary. yes it is coercive, but it is not wrong. I absolutely did not come here seeking
  5. Yeah, I know its a long time. That's why every last moron in every VSO I spoke to told me it was impossible. Now, I am on the verge of winning. The last thing I need is more opinion on the facts from people unqualified to express them. I came here for advise on regs and procedures.
  6. Broncovet, I know I got long winded in my last post. Over explaining is related to my injury, it's part of the organizing problem. However, I did explain there that I think I may have finally found a SVSR that is willing to do his job and help a vet. I did not cite him to the regs you mentioned but I requested the relief they provide for I have the impression that is how he took it. I asked that the report be removed from the file or marked so it is clear to anyone who sees it that it can not be relied on. I gave him a ton of factual support. He is taking a long time to respond. I view t
  7. No Berta, there is only one SOL for federal tort claims. That is how federal law works. What Tally is saying is that the doc that screwed up was an independent contractor, not a federal employee employee and therefore the CA SOL applied. In my case the lazy doc was staff.
  8. Berta, brain damage is not an all or nothing thing. It is very rarely global when the result of injury. Intellect does not reside where my injury is. My comprehension is still well above average. It shows up most as difficulty organizing, dis-inhibition and putting up with certain people, especially those that tread on my rights, or get in my face. Perhaps you have a lawyer friend who can explain some basics to you. 28 U.S. Code § 2401 - Time for commencing action against United States Except as provided by chapter 71 of title 41, ev
  9. Thanks, I do appreciate your suggestions. And, I know they are offered in good faith. However, I am absolutely giddy this morning because I just learned that a lawsuit against the doc is golden. I want to tell you and others why. I may have mentioned I am medically knowledgeable too. I got that way because for years all I did day in and day out was defend docs that were being sued for malpractice. Every case I had meant I had to learn basically everything there was to know about all the medical issues in the case. The way I did this was to meet with top experts, the best docs available, t
  10. Broncovet, Thanks. You didn't really offend me. I was just frustrated by all sorts of comments that were non responsive to the real question. I know I had a couple questions I wanted to ask you but I can't recall them right now. My memory is an issue. I will probably get back to you.
  11. Hamslice, Yeaaaahhh, I can't really argue with coerce. But It is lawful coercion that will have no value or effect unless she sees her mistakes. There is nothing wrong with making a person admit the truth, that was my job for a long time. It is most fun to do in the courtroom with people watching.
  12. Berta, as I pointed out in the post that ruffled some feathers, the scumbag lied about being licensed in New York, New York will not do anything because he is not licensed there, even though he was falsely claiming to be. New Jersey has told me they won't even investigate until my claim is completely concluded because it was a contingent fee proving that New Jersey Bar is just a good ole boys club designed to protect lawyers rather than the public. I filed a 25 page sworn complaint with the General Counsel's Office, backed up with 85 pages of documents proving every one of the great man
  13. Buck, It appears that you have a great deal of legitimate information about how the VA works that could be very, very helpful. I was hoping to find a way to communicate with you more directly and ask you some specific questions. Are you currently working for the VA? However, it is maddening to read a lot of what you write. I didn't come here to try to impress people with my background. I came here because I don't know shit about VA regs and procedures and I know it. By procedures, I am referring to codified rules (And I really need advice on those). But not on lame excuses by people sup
  14. AFTER I HAVE BEEN A REAL TRIAL LAWYER, NOT A PAPER SHUFFLER, FOR 35 YEARS BEFORE DISABILITY, I AM SURPRISED THAT PEOPLE ARE TRYING TO TELL ME ABOUT WHAT LAWYERS DO, AS IF NON LAWYERS KNOW. IT IS BECAUSE OF MY KNOWLEDGE THAT THIS SCUM BAG WILL NEVER BE FORGIVEN. WITH WHAT I KNOW NOW, IT WAS A GIVEN THAT THE WORST RESULT THAT WOULD HAVE HAPPENED, IF HE HAD ONLY BOTHERED TO CHECK SOME FACTS OR TALK TO ME, IS THAT IT WOULD HAVE ONLY BEEN SENT BACK JUST FOR RATING, VERY POSSIBLY JUST ISSUED AN AWARD, BECAUSE EVERYONE AGREES I AM UNEMPLOYABLE. THIS CLOWN COULD F**K UP A WET DREAM What I was sa
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