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Have been trying to get in touch with Clark Evans(Lawyer in Arkansas) for a few months but get no response.

Have e mailed him & called. No response

Any help sincerly appreciated

GARY

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Gary -Clark was on the brief at a recent August CAVC claim so I am sure he is still around.

I heard he was ill for some time but that might just be court gossip.

Are these the numbers and email addy you have?

1-501-729-4044

1-501758-5738

cevans1@sbcglobal.net

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Berta,

The first number is disconnected & the second one a woman answers & say's leave a message.

& yes thats the E Mail address I have for him.

OK Know any Lawyers as good as him?

If so E Mail them to me at gdsnide@hotmail.com

Also, will put up a Post from his advocate page that speaks of him not practicing something anymore.

GARY

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Here are some attorneys who are able to practice at the CAVC:

http://attorneys4veterans.com/

I suggest Gary-that since he has not responded -to go to the CAVC web site and read some of the decisions for 2006- anything that succeeded- I would pick from those lawyers if I were you.

or use the US CAVC Public Practitioner list:

http://www.vetapp.gov/Practitioners/defaul...p;button=Search

It pays to put their name into the CAVC search and see what results they had with the claims they handled.

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Clark Evans used to post here and was very helpful. I tried to contact him with no luck and I am afraid he is no longer helping Veterans. If Berta saw him on a list in AUgust that is encouraging.

Alex Humphfries is a great lawyer who posts here and I know that some Hadit Members have used Jim Carpenter.

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