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Kihr posted a question in VA Disability Compensation Benefits Claims Research ForumHow much can they see, how much can they tell me? I seem to get almost nothing but cryptic information from my VSO. Are they restricted from telling information to me while the claim is not yet complete? Or is it possible that she withholds the information having been burned by changes in the past?
I have found that the VA has had evidence decades before they say they knew. They have been deceiving us, Liang to us, and depriving due benefits for 5 decades at least, and me personally for 46 years. They are dishonest and deceptive, and have been the root cause of Veterans suffering to death, needlessly. Over 300,000 and it's probably double that at least. Your claims are delayed to deceive you and delay you, nothing more. NOTHING MORE. My claim went from the crooks in St. Louis, to the lazy jerks in Atlanta, to to numb nuts in Nebraska, to the warped minds in Waco, TX, before determining that the month I was hospitalized in Vietnam did little to nothing. Since July I had another stroke, now a brain hypodensity,and the coma and migraines on duty don't mean crap to the liars at the VA. They lied to deprive me of a life, and they did. Despite 20+ FOIA Requests, they withheld medical evidence and documents that could have changed my life, so they just say screw you, go die. They knew all along, and are lying to you now.
I filed a notice of disagreement and all the appropriate information. I did this on my own following the guidelines and without the assistance of a VSO. I realize I am in the backlog but, is there any reason to have a VSO if I have already submitted all the information [including civilian doctor's analysis of every medical evaluation and decision]? I do not want to take away from the VSOs but, if I am waiting for the DRO and possibly BVA, am I just signing up a VSO that will have little impact at this point? William