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joman55

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  1. Correct me if I’m wrong but there no internet broadband programs specifically for disabled veterans that’s separate from the ACP. As a 100% service connected disabled veteran, SMC for housebound status. Broadband is crucial for me to prevent further insolation, conduct business and shopping, and attend virtual medical appointments. That VA furnished tablet with a limited bottleneck hotspot is not sufficient. We need and deserve free or discount4ed services. I’ve written to public officials on the federal, state, and local levels. You should do the same, including both senators and congressional representatives.
  2. Attacking the credibility of a doctor performing a C&P examination, particularly in develop to deny situations is a question of pure legal strategy - on a case by case basis. There's a huge difference in attacking the merits of a negative report as opposed to attacking the credibility/proficiency/qualifications of the medical examiner. For instance, if a veteran has a solid IMO, then the attack only on the opinion merits may be warranted. At any rate, under the equipoise/benefit of doubt doctrine, the veteran should prevail. If the examiner's qualifications are challenge, one may be exposing one's self to a develop to deny scenario by having the remedy of another C&P examination. These are advanced matters of legal strategy, you should seriously consider consulting with an experienced VA disability lawyer even to see if you are being subject to "develop to deny."
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