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I am not posting this to advertise this attorney, I know nothing about this

attorney or the workshop. I am just passing this along to anyone that maybe interested.

carlie

FYI - From September 2008 - Veterans Post Magazine - Volume 18, Number 9

FREE WORKSHOP - Veterans Benefits Appeals - How & When to Appeal Your Claims

Saturday, Sept 20, 2008 at 1:00 pm

Location: 304 South Plant Ave. Rampa, Fl. 33606 (Corner of Plant Ave. and Platt St.)

Free veterans workshop presented by disabled Veteran, attorney T. Edmund Spinks

Seating is limited - please call (813) 254-2770 to RSVP

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Carlie, thank you im making this reservation as i type.. Peace, William

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I will try and make it. That is close to where I live. I know how and when to file a claim. It is the winning part that is not so clear. I would like to hear what these guys have to say. There may be a lot of attorneys there looking for vets who want to file.

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John, I agree. Im thinking ahead, as you always have need to stay one up. I too would like to see what this lawyer(s) has to say. Look forward also to maybe meeting you and other local vets.

Peace, William

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Wish I could make it. I don't think I can. Dang whenever something is happening that I would like to go to I can't.

Pay attention and pass what they say on. I may need that info.

Ruby

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Hello all, just received a return call from "Tina" confiming my seat, on the 20th. Just thought id pass it on. Yes Ruby I'll bring ya'll up too speed, as warranted. Peace, William

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Did anyone go and if you did how was it?

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