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:angry: Veterans Claims and Benefits Representation

Veterans and their dependents may be eligible for benefits administered by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (USDVA). District office staff of the California Department of Veterans Affairs assist veterans and their dependents in obtaining these benefits through the process of application and representation of claims.

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  • CDVA Veterans Services Field Office
    1301 Clay Street, Room 1130N
    Oakland CA 94612-5209
    (510) 286-0627
  • CDVA Veterans Services Field Office
    11000 Wilshire Blvd., Room 5203
    Los Angeles CA 90024
    (213) 620-2755
    (310) 235-7155
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    8810 Rio San Diego
    San Diego CA 92108
    (619) 400-0070

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If the VA in California denied your claim and didnt consider your evidence at all-

Call the Directors

Kerrie Witty


Fax 1-310-235-6640 Los Angeles VARO

Lynn FLint 1-510-637-6000

Fax-1-510-637-6111 Oakland VARO

and by all means write to:

House Committee on Veterans Affairs

335 Cannon House Office Building

Washington, DC 20515

Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations

335 Cannon House Office Building

Washington, D.. 20515

Department of Veterans Affairs

VA Office of Inspector General Hotline (53E)

P.O. Box 50410

Washington, D.C. 20091-0410

And tell them that your SOC and denial letter revealed that your probative evidence was never considered by the VA at all and you believe- in light of the recent VA OIG revelations that the VA might have destroyed it.

And then ask the VARO to either CUE themselves in the denial decision or reconsider it based on your evidence-the evidence they had but never considered.

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