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On 3/9/2022 at 12:01 PM, Dustoff 11 said:

Before I used Dr. David Anaise with extreme great success on my appeal I did talk to Dr. Bash on the phone and he gave me some helpful good tips.  Dr. Anaise charged me only $1500.00 for two separate appeals of two different medical claims.  

@Dustoff 11Thanks Dustoff11 - I decided to hire Dr. Anaise to handle my appeal for OSA secondary to PTSD. I came across a few post that were successful working with him. How was your experience. 

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As I have already posted several times I had great excellent results with Dr. David Anaise and his helping me win a recent OSA Sleep Apnea appeal secondary to PTSD with also SMC-S and five years backpay and also a BVA remand on another medical issue appeal that is still pending.

His opinions carry great weight with the BVA as his is a 30 Year MD and surgeon in both the military and private practice and an expert and book author on veterans disability claims.  He is also a veterans lawyers if you feel need for a lawyer to represent you.  This is my last comment on the topic. Do your research on this forum for more info.

My comment is not legal advice as I am not a lawyer, paralegal or VSO.

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