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Berta

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  1.  Have had computer issues lately.  Anyway I'll try to answer your questions.

    I was an AVIATION MACHINIST MATE and was a mechanic on a flight crew and also assigned to an engine test cell .

    It took me a while t get things moving but I will say that trying to get rated for PARKINSON service rated IS NOT something that an individual should try on his/her own.

    I quickly realized that an attorney was a must.  I hired Hill & Ponton in Florida to take the ball and run.  If I didn't wi'n it was to cost me nothing.  I quickly found out it is all about presentation.  I will say it did cst but nothing was taken from my settlement.  A bill was sent to me from the attorney office.

    I did have to pay $2000 for a doctors letter as my outside doctor and VA. doctors did not mean a lot.  The $2000 was paid by the attorneys office and was included in my total fees.

    My BVA case was as follows:  Citation number A20009507 dated 5/28/2020 and docket number 200213-66979.  

    . I am still in another issue related to this case but attorneys have appealed the issue of how far the VA went back.

    My advise is get a  law office that will take case with no fees unless you win the case ( pretty sure bet that if they take it then it is very winable ).

    Sorry it took so long and thanks for all yu do for the vets 

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      Berta

      The decision is at the BVA here:

      https://www.va.gov/vetapp20/files5/a20009507.txt

      This is FABULOUS!!!!!!!!!

      Congratulations!

      would d it be OK if I post the BVA decision at this thread? Or you could?

      Would it be OK if I posted the BVA decision on this thread above?

      Or you could- BVA decisions do not identify the claimant.

      We have someone who has a similar issue trying to help her husband- 

      Lynette- he claims exposure to AO and to JP-4- in Okinawa.

      https://community.hadit.com/topic/48027-agent-orange-kadena-afb-okinawa/page/6/

      The thread is a little messed up but maybe your case would show her what her husband needs to do.He was crewman working on F 16s.

      This is wonderful news to read the decision!

      I will read it again!

      You are so right that many of us need attorneys and IMos. She says her husband has a lawyer who thinks he can win the case- but Hill and Ponton are VERY good with claims, and they paid for the IMO and you paid them back- that is  great- I hope her attorney is willing to do that for her husband but I have seen no real evidence of exposures so far in her posts.

      I gave her the best advice I could think of- I just hope her attorney is as good as yours was!

      I saw a AO BVA award many years ago that was very strange-if the vet was with the Army Engineers and directly sprayed the pipeline in Alaska with AO ( a fact that they did use AO there)thenit made sense butnothing in the decision revealed how he was exposed to AO. I have a Nehmer lawyer friend at NVLSP and sent him the decision and he was as puzzled as I was.

      Our blog radio show producer would be interested too in this decision- He has claimed AO disabilities for Decades-VA, BVA ,CAVC, BVA, CAVC denied ,denied but could not prove his AO exposure- he served in Alaska.

      Thanks Cecil,

      Berta

       

       

       

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