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"what i see is others telling what helps them" You bet!

Our collective experiences with VA have certainly helped others.

 "and confuses you the new comer"

Because just about everyone here who has received  an  SC  award, (and for many of us that involved YEARS of waiting), applied knowledge from the experience of others

to our personal willingness to understand the regs in 38 CFR as it applied to our claims and we

sent to the VA whatever evidence  they asked for .


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The elders Get more of what? I personally work hard doing my own research. I don't ask for anything to be handed to me without exhausting my efforts searching.

Get rid of all that say they are groups? What does that even mean?

You've done more to confuse most everyone than anything an elder has done.

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I appreciate  all the elders here on hadit, they make it easer for the veteran to understand and basically what  information need to win their claims...I see no groups on hadit?

Just some veterans ask certain members for advise Maybe they have a connection or something  or  better understanding  which is fine by me,

  We all read these post or most of us do and that's how we all learn, I had veterans that were just lurkers and pm me  what all the learn just reading hadit.

I Think Ms T has  did a fantastic job with Hadit and she has did everything under the sun to make hadit a great place for veterans to come and get  the help they need anything connected to the VA & Specializing in claims Adjudication.

Most veterans I know won there claims here on hadit by listening to the elder members  including myself.




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