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Firms exploiting Veterans seeking benefits. Avoid this at all cost.

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33 minutes ago, broncovet said:

I experienced a scammer "registered attorney" that jumped in on my remanded TDIU for a quick $80,000.00 our of my $400,000.00 in back pay. And then told me he did not do the CAVC for the issues I am trying to get CCK to do fully or explain to me why they cannot do them.  I do not want the answer, we will not do those issues without an explanation as to why.  If a representative is representing me, he should do everything and tell me up front if he is not qualified to go to the CAVC.  Or in the case of the CAVC attorney who wanted the va pay to get the win at the CAVC of the remand but would not do the BVA and left me to search for a firm that would do the BVA brief and motions.

My brain is a bit addled.  Need help to fully understand what is going on and where my thinking is off.

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I would like to know the "registered attorney" that "jumped in on your remanded tdiu" for a "quick $80k.  

Of course, I dont know what the attorney did, but I would LOVE to pay 80k to a lawfirm  in order to get a "quick" retro of $400,000, since none of my claims netted 400k retro, and none of them were quick, either.  

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Mine netted around 40ish out of 120k and it took roughly a year at the BVA I’ve never needed an attorney after that and I don’t complain. So yeah 80k seems like a good deal 

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8 hours ago, broncovet said:

I would like to know the "registered attorney" that "jumped in on your remanded tdiu" for a "quick $80k.  

Of course, I dont know what the attorney did, but I would LOVE to pay 80k to a lawfirm  in order to get a "quick" retro of $400,000, since none of my claims netted 400k retro, and none of them were quick, either.  

The attorney that got it started was by herself and the wife of an officer.  She is in Rhode Island and will provide her name.  The California firm would not take the rest to the BVA and seems like he only jumped in because the first attorney already had the remand and had quit to take a job after she got $130,000 for me less her 20%.  She did all the work needed and I was stupid for letting the other attorney step in who did little to nothing to take the bigger fee.  It was going to end up where it did with or without him.  Without him, I would have had $80,000.00 more and still needed to get CCK to handle the remands that were not completed plus the SMC question.

She is in the same area as CCK.  I suspect CCK did not see the TDIU back to 1985 and thought it was done because of the 2017 granting the presumptive TDIU.

Vanessa G. Ellermann
Attorney at Law
66 Gosset’s Turn Drive
Middletown, RI 02842
Phone (301) 928-4794
E-mail Email Address Redacted

 

 

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