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Hugh D. Cox, Attorney in Greenville, NC, proudly representing the disabled for rightful veterans benefits, Social Security benefits and Workers Compensation.

        2411 B Charles Boulevard
       Greenville, North Carolina 27858
            or
       Post Office Box 154
       Greenville, North Carolina 27835-0154
 Phone: (252) 757-3977
 Fax: (252) 757-3420
 email:
hughcox@hughcox.com
            North Carolina Bar Number 6567
           Department of Veterans Affairs Accreditation number  8925

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The information contained in this website is general legal information and not legal advice on any legal subject. It is no substitute for the services of a

competent professional attorney experienced in these matters. This information is subject to change at any time due to new legislation or new court cases.

 

 

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December 12, 2014: Probably the best TV series about Vietnam was "China Beach" from 1988 to 1992. The entire series is now for sale on disc. See  http://timelife.com/products/china-beach-the-complete-series?gclid=CIvN7_HUwsICFeOPMgodMAUATw .. Superb talent and writing gave millions of Americans their first positive look at my war by viewing dedicated U.S. Army medical personnel treating horrible casualties. Army veteran Harold Russell who lost both arms during World War II won an Academy Award for his disabled veteran role in "The Best Years of Our Lives" in 1947. Russell, much older in the 1990's, played the same role in "China Beach". My favorite scene was Nurse Lieutenant McMurphy (Dana Delany) at a stateside VA hospital in a skimpy hospital gown awaiting treatment sitting next to an old World War II veteran patient (also in a skimpy gown) who whispers to her, "They treat us all this way".

 

December 5, 2014: Would a Regional Office lie about not receiving a veteran's appeal in certified mail?     Read more.

 

November 11, 2014: I was honored to be invited to make a short Veteran's Day speech after the Greenville, NC Veteran's Day parade on the town commons. The main speaker was unable to attend and I was a last minute choice. See http://www.reflector.com/news/veterans-day-themes-peace-benefits-2707301 . The Daily Reflector staff writer Michael Abramowitz was very kind to me based on my hurried preparation. Click to hear my speech audio.

 

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