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Hadit Podcast, Thursday July 05 at 7:00 pm edt.

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Out guest speaker is Dr. Craig Bash. 

Since 1986, Dr. Craig Bash has specialized in neuroimaging medical diagnosis through radiological imaging, Veterans medical benefits, second opinions, and independent medical evaluations (IMEs) for disabled veterans. An IME from Dr. Bash will correctly state the crucial information for filing claims or appeals with the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Social Security Administration, and other disability programs.

The call in number is 347 237 4819 option 1. To listen, click this link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/haditcom/2018/07/05/hadit-podcast-featuring-dr-craig-bash-veterans-medical-advisor


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I will be there John- and have a lawyer who would be interested in doing a show in the future ( malpractice lawyer)-

we just discussed the Fayetteville situation and his firm has gotten calls already on it.

His main concern is the same one I have- does the letters going out to 19,574 vets and to over 5,000 potential survivors- begin the FTCA statute of limits-

He also agreed with me that this might be a class action situation.


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Jerrel, Jbasser, and Dr Bash- the show was excellent! 

after I left the show there were some sound issues - but not the one I caused...he he----

It is best if calling in - to eithe lower your PC sound or turn it off, if you try to listen to the show at hadit-

but are also on the show at the same time.

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Something I mentioned was all covered by noises-not here but at the show. Re: the SOL-

The law firm I spoke too has excellent reputation in all sorts of malpractice- personali njury claim- etc.

My concern  over the SOL was as valid as their's was-

I could not get any lawyer to me file SF 95 FTCA case- I had to study FTCA law. 

This malpractice lawyer explains FTCA ( VA) SOL:


Only a few veterans so far know they were misdiagnosed. The 2 years began on that day.

The day VA made them 100% aware of the malpractice. They can file FTCA already.

Thousand of other vets have to wait to see if they can file FTCA.

Knowing how aggressively VA fights FTCA-from my personal experience -

and seeing in Arkansas news that the interim VAMC director is   trying to keep this as an 'isolated incident"

(VA Central has not  sent out a Press Release on this yet) I dont see the letter as the SOL-

But they could file 1151 claims ASAP-and withdraw them if they do not here from VA they were a malpractice victim.

Hopefully no more wll be f ound as harmed by the wrong diagnosis.

But I think there will be more.






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you can also call in by phone.

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