I was an ambulance driver in the Vietnam War. The VA insisted that this was a ‘rear area' job and that the things I did and saw had nothing to do with my Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Attorney Kendall traveled to the National Archives in Washington, D.C., and spent several days researching the history of my unit. He was able to prove to the VA that my ambulance was in combat, resulting in the VA's service-connecting PTSD for me.

D. W., New York