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An Occation To Give The Cova The Benefit Of The Doubt

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Guest Jim S.


Case in point, " George A. Browder v. Edward J. Derwinski". This statement by the Court, although not of a resent decision, I feel they are due a bit of support for their job. Late even as it is.

This was taken from the Court decision and find it is spoken well

The debt this nation owes to its disabled veterans lasts for a lifetime and should not be limited to those veterans who are prompt in asserting their right to compensation."

The VA tried to say even though the BVA was wrong in the way they decided this Veterans claim, he had no right to appeal the decision because. The Secretary had asserted that appellant's claim is barred by laches. The Secretary argues that appellant lacked diligence in pursuing his claim and that this lack of diligence caused it to be prejudiced.


Can you immagine how many Veterans would not be getting any benefits, if the VA had won on this point. I would hate to have been a member of the VA then, I think their could welll have been an uprising the likes our for fathers had never immagined could have happened.

I wonder if he ever won on Remand?

Jim S. :lol:

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