Is there an error with your military record?
MILITARY RECORDS CORRECTION: Any service member, former service member, or their legal representative may apply to correct errors and have an injustice removed from their service record. Each military service has a Board for Correction of Military Records (BCMR) to process and hear these applications. Prior to applying to the Board for Correction, all administrative remedies should be exhausted. If all administrative remedies have not been exhausted, the Board will return the petition without action. In appropriate cases, further appeal can be pursued through the formal litigation process in federal court.
Each Board has staff who reviews the petitions and the facts of each case. The cases are then sent out to the appropriate agency to have an advisory opinion prepared. This is typically done by an attorney who will prepare a synopsis of the case and will present the agencies position to the Board. If the advisory opinion is in any way adverse to the Petitioners request, the Petitioner will have the opportunity to rebut the agency opinion prior to the Boards consideration of the petition.
The Law Office of Michael D.J. Eisenberg, Attorney and Counselor at Law provides services that includes the analysis of your case, the search for records to support your claim through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, gathering all supporting personal information on the Petitioner, the drafting of the underlying petition and rebuttal to the advisory opinions, appearance before BCMR, appeal to the US Federal District Court (if appropriate), as well as the other efforts particular to each individual case.
Contact Mr. Eisenberg today to set up a free initial teleconference to discuss your case.
Phone: (202) 558-6371
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