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Need an attorney for Wyoming or California for a complicated case. SF-95 Tort case. Reopening of class action case: 19880802 Bray vs Derwinski docket log.pdf Have some cash and credit for costs expected to be over $100,000 to get through discovery if we can get that far. Will pay hourly for start effort. Then law allows 20% to 1/3. possibly 40% for my individual case contingency since two state action. A lot of recent NIH research publications providing new evidence. Mr. Bray claims a “legal disability” under Mr. Curtis’s cited Title 28, Section 2401 (a) of 3 years from August 15, 2015 instead of (b) and further claims a “Misrepresentation of Facts” under the citation of Title 41 in Title 28, Section 2401 (a); Section §7101 (9) definitions of Title 41. In addition to the stated claim on the SF 95, Mr. Bray will be asking for a 1/3 to 40% of the award to him to be added for attorney’s fees plus additions for costs, expected to be substantial because of complicated discovery and expert witness evaluations, because of the alleged misrepresentation of facts should a court filing become necessary.
I have come to learn my medical evidence was withheld all my life due to "ANTICIPATION OF LITIGATION", from what I gather, and the VA used a couple FOIA EXCEPTIONS OR EXEMPTIONS in withholding them. I am asking why the VA would anticipate me suing them before I even got discharged? Just asking. Thanks Victor Ray
The difference between a PTSD award and a MALARIA disability award. PTSD will pay 100%. You will receive the easiest award possible-PTSD, before the VA will SC you for malaria unless it is inactive. If it is active you will receive 100% until they deem it cheered and 10% after that, but they lie to you because Valaria yes transferred to your kids and made just like the Zika Virus of today. They are making a big deal out of it because the public is aware of it where as when it was only military personnel getting malaria it basically meant nothing. Now it is a big deal because it kills babies just like malaria did but the poor slobs and the service board the brunt of the lies and deception. If you had malaria your organs are damaged and you are screwed but good luck in getting the attention of the VA for that. The Zika virus is nothing compared to the plasmodium's of Vietnam, from what I read, but the residuals of malaria mimic PTSD for the rest of your life and there's nothing you can do about it. The damage is done and you are screwed, so the VA will give you a PTSD Awatd because you don't transfer that physically to your kids and grandkids like you do Malaria so they are glad to award PTSD and kill the claim when you die. Your offspring still suffer a lifetime of damage but it cost the VA nothing. The lies and deception abound and probably greater than ever, and just when I thought it was actually getting better, it's getting worse. The government knows for a fact that malaria residuals mimic PTSD almost exactly. They have known this probably more than 30 years but found that awarding PTSD claims saves tons and tons in medical costs and benefits to offspring that's why if you get malaria in the military your kids cant get it from you, but if you get the malaria (Zika) as a civilian, even having sex will spread it. I am continuously amazed at the manipulation and the gullibility of the American soldier. The malaria residuals drive veterans to suicide and the VA knows it, but to admit it would cost billions and of course it all comes down to money. I need to get on the lecture circuit and make this known.