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I think you mean Section 1151-

That regulation is within this recent Remand of a Sec 1151 claim from the BVA:


They are asking the VARO to get an independent medical opinion on the veteran's charges-

I strongly suggest that any veteran who has been misdiagnosed or malpracticed on- and who has suffered additional disability due to this- as required by the regulations- to invest into a good Independent Medical opinion before the VA gets some quackola opinion to deny them.

Even if the malpractice is obvious- they will fight you on it as long as they can.If you do not have a IMO.

In major situations of severe malpractice , you can also file a tort claim against them with the Regional Counsel-You will need a SF 95 form-that also is found at hadit.

This is technically the first step in a lawsuit against them and if the medical evidence shows malpractice they will want to settle with you.

I always recommend Dr. Bash.His web site is at hadit and he is user friendly.

He doesn't do skin disease or mental health disabilties but can refer you to someone who does.

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