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Many veterans file claims for disabilities that, while chronic, are worse on some days than on others. So, while on a typical day a veteran with a disability may experience pain in the 4/10 range and have full range of motion, on another day when the… Read More
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When veterans contact an attorney about their VA disability claim, etc.  the attorney’s office will typically have the veteran fill out a questionnaire online or over the phone with an intake specialist.  This questionnaire will cover backgro… Read More
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Our office has been closed since Friday due to Hurricane Irma.  On Friday we all began our hurricane preparations.  On Monday the power went out. We are waiting for power to be restored to our office and to the homes of our employees.  Please be p… Read More

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