Here’s one of the cleanest jetgun wins I’ve seen. If I didn’t know any better, I’d think the guy read my book. The nexus letter specifically used the biopsy dating to overcome the Maxson v. Gober argument that it was too long an interval between service and his reporting the infection. Notice also that the Vet was pro se and won without (gasp) a VSO.

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  1. WGM says:

    Wow, Indeed this is a clean jetgun win. The Vet, his Wife, and the Judge probably read the book; and studied and researched the AskNod web site.

  2. Randy says:

    Love to see the walls of DC are beginning to deteriorate. Any win with the VA is a good win, congrats.

  3. I read your book! There are 2 general methods of winning benefits. First, there is the “wing man” VSO method. You think everything will be okay as you have a VSO, right? The other method involves Proper Preperation Prevents Poor Performance..the 5 P’s. I have never known the 5 P’s to fail. Nod’s book is “one” of the 5 P’s.

  4. Kel says:

    Are you sure he didn’t read your book? I mean it is also available in E-book format for PC and Kindle! 😉

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