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Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC

Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC
Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC is a full service law firm serving clients’ diverse legal needs. Our focus is in helping people in their interactions with federal, state and local governments.
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The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced veterans who did not receive their coronavirus pandemic stimulus check have a second chance to claim their relief payments. The IRS announced on August 14, 2020 it would reopen the registration period for federal beneficiaries who did not...

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Ashford University, LLC, a for-profit educational institution, filed a petition for review of a Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) suspension of payments for educational assistance.  The VA also suspended approval of new enrollments and re-enrollments for its online programs, unless the...

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Mark Wisner, a former Veterans Administration (“VA”) Physician’s Assistant allegedly conducted improper and unnecessary physical examinations of veterans and made inappropriate sexual comments during medical appointments. Wisner is currently serving a fifteen-year prison sentence for criminal...
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It is more difficult to sue a federal government entity for damages than a private citizen or corporation. David Spinazzola attempted this difficult task of suing the government for failing to inform him and treat him for a pancreatic tumor. The United States District Court heard David Spinazzola’s...

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Access to commissary, military exchange, and morale, welfare, and recreation (MWR) retail privileges on U.S. military installations is being expanded by the Department of Defense.  Beginning January 1, 2020, discounted, on-post stores will be expanded to include Purple Heart recipients, veterans...

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Richard J. Hindt appealed a decision made by The Board of Veterans’ Appeals (Board) denying his entitlement to benefits for chronic bronchitis and epididymitis. Mr. Hindt filed his original claim in 2014. On appeal, Mr. Hindt argued the Board should have ensured the Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA)...

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