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Wow:

You probably should get a lawyer and have other experienced folks that contribute to the is site advise you on this. I would say this may mean that they do not "believe" you or at least your credibility in filing for your contentions? It seems like this speaks to your personal intent and motives without coming out and saying it? It's really an odd statement? Frankly, evidence is what they should be considering for your claim..frankly, you either have it or you don't? Also, it sounds like a lawyer wrote that...?

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I have a Double Masters in Criminal Justice and Homeland Security, and the sad thing is that there are always Shady Loop Holes in Valid Laws!!!

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plausibility, bias, self interest,

Who elses inte rest would you be concerned with. They sometimes get tangled in there own BS.

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what gets me is that this was a remanded claim for the board to specifically reconsider the claim ,

useing my lay evidence.because they failed to before. all they did was list this bull sh** laws and

never once pointed to a specific peace of evidence that would justifi or proof

in there decision denying the benifits.

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There's no respect and definitely no diligence in their response, other than to put the least effort into getting rid of your valid inquiry. Sorry you're being treated this way.

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I am not sure if this will help, but it could give you something to go on or consider. A strongly worded IMO from a specialist could help overcome this BS.

Take a look at your entrance and exit exams. I got out about 20 years after you, so they may have done things differently. My exams had two parts: what I reported and what the doc found. If you reported back/neck issues when you got out, but the doc did not mark finding any, the VA assumes that the exit exam is silent. I guess they want the doctor to verify any complaints.

What made a difference for me was to get a strongly worded IMO from an orthopedic surgeon. Luckily, my doc did his residency at the VAMC. I brought only service treatment records relating to my back/neck injuries, entrance/exit exams, VA C&P exam findings, non-VA treatment, and buddy letters from my friends, family, and fellow soldiers. I went through every page of service treatment records (front and back) to find a fall, a motor vehicle accident, and a training accident. Even though my exit exam was silent, I still had the in-service evidence used by my physician in his IMO to prove 'least as likely as not' that my injuries were caused due to military service. The doc was very specific and had the evidence to back it up.

Good luck!

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Can read page 1, but the rest looks mangled

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