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 Unfortunately , This is not Advertised enough  for most Veterans to catch,

    So For all you ''quiet veterans''  that need help with your claim/claims  Appeals or anything VA and don't want to discuss your problem on the hadit board...(we all can understand that.)

If you need some answers to your questions  Hadit has a PODCAST Show  usually they run the shows on Thursday evenings at 6:00pm eastern time  7:00pm Central time.

You can call into the show while it's on live  and ask your question/or multi questions   about your claim or any questions you need an answer to And or Anything VA Related.

Jerel cook  and John Basser  will take your call  they are some well respected Veterans that Started out just like you and now have the experience and expertise to answer most of your questions and if they don't know they will certainly find out.

  They usually have experienced Veterans as their Guest & with this aggravating VA Claim Process they have studied and read the CFR'S many many times and through the years they became some pretty smart cookies  and love to help our fellow Veterans.

Veterans like James Cribbs  the 1st veteran to prove his A.O. CLAIMS THAT HE GOT RIGHT HERE IN THE GOOD OLD USA,  HE IS A GREAT  WITH HELPING VETERAN WITH THEIR CLAIMS , Also they have claims attorney John Dorley on from time to time  he is another Veteran that knows the claims process very well, and also Alex Graham  a VA  Certified Accredited Claims Agent that educated himself to learn this aggravating claims process  self taught  a Great Guy.

They have these Guys on the Hadit Podcast Shows from time to time..all you need to do is watch out for the Advertisement from John Basser or Jerrell Cook  on the hadit board  the time and date on these live shows.(Usually on Thursday Evenings)

Please call  347-237-4819 CALL After the show starts up  after you call this # Then hit #1 that will put you in the Que of the show   besure to turn  your TV /Radio or Stereo  down when you call.!

You will be glad you called  these Gentlemen they are very nice and courteous and respectful and will be very glad you called,  they devote their time away from their families to help all us Veterans...don't be shy please Call.  again that # is 347-237-4819

To know when to go on the show  this  is usually advertised by Jerel Cook or John Basser  on the Hadit Board ...> You will be glad you called.

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I agree with Buck; it is a very informative (and entertaining) program. I listen to it on podcast myself; more convenient for me. Another great source of benefit info for veterans. As Mikey would say," try it, you'll like it."

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