Marion, IN – Ralph Bratch, Wade Bosley, Javier Centonzio and Christopher Boudi of Bosley & Bratch all recently attended a National Organization of Veterans’ Advocates’ (NOVA) Spring Conference in Pittsburgh, PA. The conference provided legal training to veterans lawyers and agents. Both Ralph Bratch and Wade Bosley, who are frequent presenters on veteran disability legal issues, presented at the conference.
Ralph co-presented with psychologist Polly Shepard from Indianapolis, IN on VA Psychological Exams The Good The Bad The Ugly. Ralph also co-presented with attorney Robert Chisholm of Chisholm, Chisholm and Kilpratrick in Providence, RI on Retroactive Fees, An Overview and Debate to Withhold or Not Withhold (Spring 2014). Wade presented on A Useful Psych C&P Exam: It Takes Preparation.
Ralph also currently serves on the Board of Directors of NOVA and is Chairman of the Seminar Committee. Wade is a former president and board of directors member of NOVA. Bosley & Bratch is committed to serving disabled veterans from every military branch. They are leaders in the field of veterans disability providing legal training across the country to attorneys and agents on veteran disability legal issues. The associates at the firm have extensive experience working exclusively in the VA field and with the various federal and state laws concerning veterans’ disability and other rights.
The team at Bosley & Bratch has more than 80 years of combined experience, including associates who have served on the Board of Directors of the National Organization of Veterans Advocates (NOVA) and others who have been included in the publication The Best Lawyers in America® by their peers. The firm has pioneered several disability movements, including cases related to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and continues to serve veterans who are suffering from any mental or physical impairments related to time spend in the armed forces.