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Does Anyone Know Where I Can Find The Information For Attorneys Looking To Represent Veterans?

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Does anyone know where I can find the information for attorneys looking to represent Veterans?

I have an attorney in CA interested in representing Vets. I would like to help him get started in the right direction

Thanks for any replies.


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Larry Scott has a page of names of lawyers that are telling him they will represent veterans after June 20 or is it July 1st when the new law takes effect you can go to VA Watchdog.org and write him I can't find the link now but it was there a few weeks ago had lawyers from all over the country on it....

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I got a message from these folks! I do not know them - but it looks like they are gearing up to represent vets.

I work for a law firm, and we are passionate about aiding veterans in recieving the benefits they are certainly qualified for and deserve. Therefore, we are seeking to hire a consultant; specifically, a former or retired VA employee who can aid us in understanding the VA benefit review process. So if possible, I was wondering if you could direct us to some contacts perhaps even organizations or groups who could possibly fulfill this criteria? Maybe even you fit this criteria? If you can be of any help, or if you have any questions please let us know. You can reach us at 800-810-3100 or Dawn.Law.ElderLaw@gmail.com. Thanks you so much for you help!

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For you folks that are wondering,

NVLSP is the short version of 'National Veterans Legal Services Program'.

That is a group of attorneys who help veterans and train other attorneys so the new guys can help us without screwing up like the Service Organizations do.

If anybody knows where a qualified veterans lawyer is, they do.

My lawyer is a charter member.


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