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Unfortunately, the RO carbon-copied (cc'd) Mr. Centonzio instead of the Veteran's current attorney, Mr. Bratch. One week later, on December 10, 2014, the RO issued a letter to Mr. Bratch acknowledging
thereby revoking the earlier power of attorney (POA). In a November 2014 VA Form 21-22a, the Veteran appointed attorney Ralph J. Bratch of Bosley & Bratch as his representative, thereby revoking the October
connection for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). REPRESENTATION Appellant represented by: Ralph J. Bratch, Attorney at Law WITNESS AT HEARING ON APPEAL The Veteran ATTORNEY FOR THE BOARD M. G.
VA Forms 21-22 for different attorneys with the law firm Bosley and Bratch. The Board has listed the attorney for the Veteran as Ralph J. Bratch, as his name was on the form most recently provided (October
Bratch law firm. However, in October 2017, a new VA Form 21-22 appointing Mr. Ralph Bratch of the same law firm was associated with the Veteran's electronic claims file. The issue of entitlement to
to a total disability rating based on individual unemployability due to service-connected disabilities (TDIU). REPRESENTATION Appellant represented by: Ralph J. Bratch, Attorney at Law WITNESSES AT
TDIU) due to service-connected disabilities. REPRESENTATION Appellant represented by: Ralph J. Bratch, Esq. ATTORNEY FOR THE BOARD S. Keyvan, Counsel INTRODUCTION The Veteran had active service
as secondary to service-connected residuals of a low back injury with degenerative arthritis. REPRESENTATION Appellant represented by: Ralph J. Bratch, Attorney ATTORNEY FOR THE BOARD J. Rothstein,
to service-connected disabilities. REPRESENTATION Appellant represented by: Ralph J. Bratch, Attorney at Law ATTORNEY FOR THE BOARD Roya Bahrami, Counsel INTRODUCTION The Veteran had active service
unemployability (TDIU). 3. Entitlement to special monthly compensation (SMC) based on housebound status. REPRESENTATION Veteran represented by: Robert J. Bratch, Attorney WITNESSES AT HEARING ON
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