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Shawn Havens

I need a lawyer, or at least legal advice. The VA sent me a letter 1 year ago informing me that they have overpaid me and now they demand $ 22 000 back. They stopped paying me my disability; I submitted a waiver and have waited over a year for their decision. Recently they informed me that they have denied my waiver. I believe that the VA is in error and I do not owe them anything. I was concurrently payed retirement and VA disability according to CRDP. I am an eligible veteran. I have served in Iraq and I was diagnosed with PTSD. I am 80% disabled. All attempts to explain my situation to VA have failed. I want to submit an appeal but I am afraid that this will fail too. I have only one shot and want to do it right. Please help. Thanks.

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