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Well had a conversation with Ken Carpenter


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Well today has been a good day in the VA world.

I spoke with Mr Carpenter to about take my smc appeal at the court.

And he say he see were I am come from with the smc s housebound by fact thing.

But the court didn't address it totally in Howell v Nicholson.

So he is going to the his frim this week an he is 99% sure they will be take my case.

I told he we been debate smc housebound on hadit.

He told me somebody had call him today to address Howell.

Long story short.

 

We are going to fight for smc s housebound by fact for veterans with tdiu.

I will be letting him fight the smc 

I really enjoyed are conversation and I feel good about him handling everything else.

I just aint came to the point I want him at the bva yet. 30% is steep lol

I am just kidding. An he will be fight the bva this time on my remand.

I am ready to take a break.lol

He is the lawyer who handle the Howell v Nicholson case.

He is One of the best smc lawyer in the game I am really happy.

This is all I was looking for.

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Great! 

"He told me somebody had call him today to address Howell.

Long story short."

 I contacted him myself this AM and he will get back to me.

 

 

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Yes this is great Berta.

12 hours ago, Berta said:

I contacted him myself this AM and he will get back to me.

 

 

So you were who he was talking about lol.

Well I am happy he is take the case.

He is a very experience lawyer and the VA hate fighting with him.

And once he get on the case I am going to sign him on to fight any remand to the board.

This is all I been looking for a lawyer who understood Howell v Nicholson.

What better lawyer than the one who handle the Howell case.

 

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