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Ray B Davis Info On Va Error Rate


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Dear Readers,

The American Legion has been reviewing the VA claims process under the ROAR review (Regional Office Action Review) and found that a 70 percent ERROR rate in the claims they handle at the Board of Veterans Appeals (whereas the VA claims a more than 80 percent accuracy rate).

And the VA Regional office has been obstructing the ROAR investigation process in an effort to cover-up those facts.

From Rep. Miller:

“Miller, chairman of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (HCVA), wrote that VBA’s recent actions “are perceived as deliberate and retaliatory, and I caution that any obstruction to external review of VBA’s work product is contrary to both transparency and government accountability; it will not be tolerated under a pretense of workload management.”


From the Navy Times linked below the following two quotes:

“…these accuracy claims are “inconsistent with our Regional Office Action Review visits nationwide, where errors are found routinely in over half of the cases reviewed,” according a statement prepared by Vera Jones, director the Legion’s veterans affairs and rehabilitation division.”

“The higher error rate was discovered in a review of cases chosen by VA employees, not by the Legion, Jones said. In cases where the Legion represents a veteran before the Board of Veterans’ Appeals, the Legion “successfully argues that VA has either erred or failed to properly develop claims in over 70 percent of claims,” she said.”


Editor’s comments:

These facts show that veterans have a very small chance of getting a correct decision from the VA claims system the first time. And until VA officials are held accountable by jail time, and being fired there will not be any changes.

However, even firing will not help as they are fired by one agency only to be hired by another federal agency, at a higher pay grade. And the musical chair Federal employment go around and around.

The only real solution is to bar the employee for any federal employment, and jail time.

Your Editor,

Ray B Davis, Jr


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The VA 80% success rate probably applies to taking lunch and breaks on time.

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I just wish I was smart enough to comment. IT JUST DAMN WRONG and the veterans keep on suffering

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