Disabled Veteran Battles The VA And Wins
By Mike McGraw
When Navy veteran Seth Cavin returned to civilian life in 1997, he used the GI Bill to help pay his way through architecture school, and he depended on the Department of Veterans Affairs to help treat a serious service-related back injury.
“Military service gave me the confidence and drive to get through school,” he said.
But Cavin never imagined that in civilian life he’d have to do battle with the very government agency — the VA — that helped him heal from his service-connected injury.
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