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i have several claims and i cant wait for them to be denied which i

know will happen . that is when i can get a lawyer and get this mess

straightened out and find out just how bad they have screwed me.

that is when all hell is going to break loose. i know that there is

critical evidence and some of the stuff i appealed for was not on the

list . they ignored years of in hospitalisation at va hospitals and state

hospitals . all those diagnoses were ignored ,and going by out-patient

before i was 30% only saw trainees or pa's . how can that compare to

years of in-patient treatment.they have screwed me but i will not let

them forget me . when i have to in will make the five hour drive to ro

and park there till i get some satisfaction.

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Skunk, You need to submit your claims, and documentation and hope you will get a fair rater this time. I too know how you feel when you submit a claim that is straight forward and with all of the validated evidence and get some as* hole who turns the evidence all around and puts in there own interpretation and marks it DENY!

You just need to gather the inner stregnth and change your attitude, NOT ME, I'M GONNA BEAT YOU AND WIN, NO MATTER HOW LONG IT TAKES! They do this on purpose as they think the vets won't file a nod to proceed, as many have not done so but with sites like this and watchdog.org we are able to help all our fellow vets to keep fighting.

Never give up. Don't let them beat you down. Take that anger and turn it into determination. We are all here to help our brothers and sistes along the way. Stay focused. No matter what, try and find positive things in your life to carry you along the way. Remember you found this site, and that is one hell of a positive aspect. The best to you. Go forward as we all march for justice. :lol:

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why do you know they will be denied?

why send in several claims that you know will be denied??

because i had to appeal for eight years to get what i got . my varo denies everything

they can even legitimate claims. they like to dump on bva and appeals management.

the claims i have in should be approved ,however it will be denied at my varo and

won at bva or appeals management,which by that time i will be dead.

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the claims i have in should be approved at varo, they are legitimate claims

and have been won by other people in my situation ,however my varo will

dump it on bva. it took me eight years to win what i have, and by time bva

appeals management ,and remands i will be dead.

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ROSS PEROT

FOOL ME ONCE SHAME ON YOU, FOOL ME TWICE SHAME ON ME.

NOT WITHOUT A FIGHT, I AM OLD NOW BUT STILL JUST AS CRAZY AS WHEN

BAILING OUT OF THOSE C-130'S . THEY GOT A FIGHTB ON THEIR HANDS NOW.

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skunk,

You know your claims better than anyone. Yes, I also felt that my R.O had nothing to do but deny me and yes, they tried everything possible to me.

It took me a lifetime to prove my claim, but with the help of everyone of this site and one strong Independent Medical Opinion from a well know Psychiatrist in D. C, the game was over.

Yes, I won after the last fight being 8 years, but I took all the knowledge on the site and the advice of everyone and put my anger into action and look beside of Betty Boop Now. 100& P&T.

Just my opinion, stay strong and don't let them beat you down too much, although, I know that you are strong enough to pull yourself back up as I did.

The Best,

Betty

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