The Veterans News Hour with David C Cory and Richard Hurley
News and talk show about military veterans issues, including VA benefits and all related topics.
Talk Show Program Archives for Podcasting
|The Veterans News Hour, May 2, 2022||VA Secretary press conference, Monday, April 25, 2022|
|The Veterans News Hour, April 24, 2022||Vietnam War Legacies and Twenty Years After 9/11, How Peacebuilding Has Changed|
|The Veterans News Hour, April 4, 2022||Changes in laws, processes, methods, and directives of government organizations that can affect veterans|
|The Veterans News Hour, March 28, 2022||How PTSD affects the people you love|
|The Veterans News Hour, March 21, 2022||Transitioning from Service, Adjusting to civilian life, mental health treatment, hearing loss aids, testing for tinnitus|
|The Veterans News Hour, March 14, 2022||Hank's show on WoCa, Veterans groups converging on Washington DC this time of year, VA Caregiver's program|
|The Veterans News Hour, March 7, 2022||What we can do to help our veterans, toxic exposure, bill HR3967 passing, comprehensive toxic acts of 2021|
|The Veterans News Hour, February 21, 2022||Guest, Jason White, Florida Director of Birdwell Foundation for PTSD|
|The Veterans News Hour, February 14, 2022||Up to date Veterans news on homelessness, ptsd issues, and toxic exposure|
|The Veterans News Hour, February 7, 2022||VA hearings, preparation before going to a hearing, considering evidence and submitting information timely|
|The Veterans News Hour, January 24, 2022||Topics: Appeals to the Board of Veterans' Appeals and class action cases on discharge upgrades|
|The Veterans News Hour, January 17, 2022||Caregivers Support Program has gone through changes in recent years, veterans denied coverage in the past|
|The Veterans News Hour, January 10, 2022||The VA claims and appeals system and how to succeed; also VFW Post 4256's "Take a veteran fishing" day Jan 22, 2022|
|The Veterans News Hour, January 3, 2022||VA Whole Health Program, Cognitive Processing Therapy and Prolonged Exposure Therapy for PTSD|
|The Veterans News Hour, December 27, 2021||Johnny Isackson, former Senator and Rep., of Georgia, passed away, recap of 2021 important information|
|The Veterans News Hour, December 20, 2021||Our 200th live show. Experiences with Board of Veterans' Appeals, plus news about family caregivers, and more|
|The Veterans News Hour, December 13, 2021||Guest, Mr. Lee Washington, President of the County Veterans Service Officer Association of Florida|
|The Veterans News Hour, December 6, 2021||Guest, retired Colonel Mike Borders, of Military Officers Association of America|
|The Veterans News Hour, November 29, 2021||Problem with the Mail system at the VA and Board of Veterans Appeals and deadlines and VA News|
|The Veterans News Hour, November 22, 2021||Guest, Colonel Cesar Rodriguez USAF Retired|
David Cory is a lawyer who represents veterans and military personnel in disability claims and appeals and in adverse personnel actions. He is a graduate of Jesuit High School of Tampa (1977), the University of South Florida (BA, Political Science, 1981) and the University of Florida College of Law (Juris Doctor, 1984). He has been a licensed attorney (State of Florida) since May, 1985.
During his legal career he has worked for law firms in Gainesville, FL, and Tampa, FL, as well as operating his own law practice in Tampa and then Brandon. He served as an Air Force judge advocate for twenty years (twelve on active duty, eight in the reserves), retiring in 2005 with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He served at active duty assignments in Arizona, England, North Carolina, Saudi Arabia, California and Washington, DC, and served as a reservist in Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, New Jersey and California.
During his military career, he was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal six times. He was Company Grade Officer of the Year for his units in 1988 and 1989 while serving in England. He is a graduate of the Air Force Judge Advocate General's School, the Air Force Squadron Officer School, and Air Command and Staff College of Air University. During his career, he also completed numerous continuing legal education courses at both the Air Force and the Army JAG Schools.
His legal experience has included many areas of law over the years, including criminal law (prosecutor and pretrial hearing officer), government contracting law, tort law including medical malpractice, environmental law, employment and personnel law, federal labor law, administrative law, appeals, family law, wills, consumer law, contracts and business law.
He also has experience with military operational law issues, including the Law of Armed Conflict, rules of engagement, operational contracts, and status of forces agreements, among other areas.
He is accredited by the US Department of Veterans Affairs to represent veterans in disability claims. He also has experience with medical malpractice claims under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) as well as pursuant to 38 USC 1151.
He also has experience in a wide range of cases with the Air Force Board for Correction of Military Records, the Army Board for Correction of Military Records, and the Board for Correction of Naval Records (for the Navy and Marine Corps).
At various times during his career, he has also taught law courses at the undergraduate, graduate and law school levels.
You can reach him at:
David C. Cory
P.O. Box 3975, Brandon, FL, 33509-3975
Phone (813) 662-0760
Richard Hurley became a partner with David C. Cory to form the law firm of Cory and Hurley Law Group in October of 2012. Since that time he has provided legal services for veterans and active military covering a wide range of legal disputes. A majority of these cases focuses on providing VA disability compensation for veterans who served in the United States Military during WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War, Iraqi War, Afghanistan and during times of peace.
Richard attended Jesuit High School, Tampa, FL (1977), Florida State University (1981) and Seton Hall Law Center (1984). He was admitted to practice in 1984 in New Jersey. He is a Member of the New Jersey Bar, U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey and the United States Supreme Court.
Prior to becoming a partner in the law firm of Cory and Hurley Law Group, Richard was in private practice concentrating in the areas of general litigation, contracts and real estate law. He served as Prosecutor or Public Defender in many municipalities in New Jersey from 1989 to 2003. He serves as a Mediator and an Arbitrator for FINRA (the Regulatory Body for the SEC).
Mr. Hurley was President of the Somerset County Bar Association (1997), Member of the Richard J. Hughes Inn of Court, Marie L. Garibaldi ADR Inn of Court and American Bar Association. He was named NJ State Bar Association Mentor of the Year (1993) and Young Lawyer of the Year (1994). He has extensive trial court experience in civil and criminal law. He believes with patience and persistence anything is possible.
Richard K. Hurley, Jr.
Cory and Hurley Law Group
P.O. Box 148
Lecanto, FL 34460
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