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  1. Tim

    Nice new look for the blog site Chris.

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  2. GRWIMACA

    I surely wish I had found and joined this site before i initiated my original claim. i have been studying the books a lot,especially sleep apnea books, my question is when i file for a dro review, would i keep all the info with me to present at the actual review. or should i send it in to be placed in my c-file for the review officer preliminary review, thanks

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    • Chris Attig

      Thanks for the compliment!

      The answer to your question depends on what is already in your C-File.

      I like to get a copy of the C-File before the DRO Conference/Hearing, and if a document I intend to rely on is not in the C-File, then I make sure it is in there before the conference (if possible).

      Worst thing you can do is send in duplicates unnecessarily…it just clutters up the file and confuses the bureaucrats.

      Chris

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  3. phu-mu-vet-1966-67

    Hey Chris
    I sincerely appreciate your blog, even more grateful that I found your site. I have been in a claims process for nearly 11 years with no success. I hope to begin to improve my claims process now. I am currently waiting nearly 15 month for a face to face interview.
    Thanks again for your blog.

    David

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    • Chris Attig

      Please keep me posted! I take it, from the phu-mu address that you were a Thai Vet of the Vietnam war? Are you in any of the facebook groups?

      Chris

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  4. allan

    I cannot get into login even if i put in my e-mail and hit button for new password….says it does,nt know e-mail address…please help.thank you kindly…Allan

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  5. patrick COULTER

    I BECAME AN ADDICT IN THE MILITARY AND THEY GAVE ME NO TREATMENT OR SUPPORT..DO I HAVE GROUNDS TO GET DISABILTY

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    • Chris Attig

      Patrick

      If you have a disability that resulted from that in-service addiction, then you might be able to service connect that disability.

      It’s virtually impossible to service connect a “drug addiction” without a secondary medical condition….click here for a post that explains why.

      Chris

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  6. mlstinfer

    How do I access the ebooks as an annual member?

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    • Chris Attig

      Thanks for posting!

      To access the free ebooks – and all the Premium Content – you get as an Annual Subscriber, login to the blog (upper right corner).

      Then, on the top menu bar (all the way at the top of the page) click on Premium Content…and follow the links to the content you want to access!

      Chris

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  7. Tim Taylor

    How do I access the e-book and videos I purchased?

    Tim

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    • Chris Attig

      Tim, thanks for posting!

      To access eBooks or training videos you purchased, you will have to login to the Veterans Law Blog Bookstore. Here’s how:

      You can access your materials on the Member Home Page by following these steps:

      1) Click here to go to your Veterans Law Blog Member Login Page

      2) Use the email and password you used when you purchased the product.

      3) If you don’t remember that password, or if you never set one up, use the “Forgot My Password” button to reset your password. Follow the instructions to reset your password, and then log in.

      4) When you log in, on the Member Home Page, you should see a button that links to your content.

      Hope that helps!

      Chris

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