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It takes evidence to win a VA Claim or appeal at BVA Hearing: there is no getting around that. Diffe
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  1. Rudolph Czeizinger

    Your articles are very educational and I have downloaded many of your book for advise, please keep up with the information

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  2. Bradford Ira Brunson

    Chris, this was an excellent way of explaining the importance of material, probative and relevant evidence. Using the PTSD and Sleep Apnea scenario truly hits home with me. I have both diagnoses [PTSD stemming back to the ’70’s and obstructive sleep apnea [1st diagnosed in the early ’80’s]. Coupled with this is a diagnosis or “Primary Insomnia”, which is often an underlying condition related to PTSD [a person maintains their ‘insomnia’ to avoid the Rem sleep that introduces the recurring nightmares and night terrors]. Thanks for posting your on-going blog.

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