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Do I Really Need a Title 38 Lawyer?
Do I Really Need a Title 38 Lawyer?

If you are a doctor, nurse, dentist, or another type of medical professional who works for the Veterans Administration, then you are considered a Title 38 employee, which means you have different rights than other federal employees. Title 38 employees have to go through a ...

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