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Attention: All Veterans and their Advocates are welcome, but remember ...
A reminder, no politics or religion on the board. This is the rule and it's been the rule for over 20 years. We don't always catch everything as soon as it is put up, but when we find it - it will be taken down. Please respect this rule, it was put in place decades ago. Ensuring that our focus remains on assisting each other through the claims process.
Do Not Attack another member. There are all kinds of personalities on the board and the written word can be a bit terse, though it may not have been meant that way.
Some members are accredited agents, some are service officers, lawyers and such. We are lucky to have folks like that who volunteer their time. We are just as lucky that you the regular veteran volunteer your time. However, when I'm reading opinions, folks who practice at the VA level tend to have my confidence over those that have not. This is not a slam on those that haven't, but I'd rather have the best, most current, well researched responses as possible. There are a fair amount of excellent advocates like Berta and plenty of others. The ones who need to stay educated and up to date are just bound to have the most current information and the actual experience of going up against the VA in case after case. It brings another level of expertise that your average veteran will not have.
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