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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2008

    Question New Attorney

    I allready have an attorney and he is a joke I have read the laws on claim closure and just because SAIF was denying a procedure he said I was medically stationary. I have 2 surgeons and my primary trying to reopen my claim and he seems to do nothing. My social security attorney is very competent and with the little he knows about workers comp he to says it should not be that hard to reopen. How do I go about getting a new attorney or should i let it go and just allow the butchers at the V.A. fix the problem since SAIF owns my back no will touch it

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2006

    Default Re: New Attorney

    find a new atty. they will take care of the paperwork to switch representation. there will be a single fee that'll be shared.

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