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3rd Denial


gbennett

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This may be the wrong area to post this, but for the 3rd time my PTSD claim was denied. I even had a damn letter from an old shipmate as evidence.

My question is how do I find a lawyer ( Cheap )

I'm realy get close to losn it. the bank wants my house, truck, everything i spent my life getting is goin down the tubes.

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This may be the wrong area to post this, but for the 3rd time my PTSD claim was denied. I even had a damn letter from an old shipmate as evidence.

My question is how do I find a lawyer ( Cheap )

I'm realy get close to losn it. the bank wants my house, truck, everything i spent my life getting is goin down the tubes.

Gordon

please read my new topic 3;159 supports ptsd your statment would be accepted by shipmate,under 3;159 2
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Don;t give up. Has the BVA denied your claim? If so you will get letters from Layers offering to help you. Hood Luck

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Gbennet,

In order to help you and give some solid advice, you need to give us more information on your claim, such as;

1) condition(s) you filed a claim for and the date

2) Date of all denials and the reasons for the adverse actions

3) dates when you submitted any Notice of Disagreements (NOD's)

4) Dates and reasons from a DRO decision and/or BVA actions

This information will help everyone understand your claim better and enable them to give solid advice as to what you should do!

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