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    You’ve just been rated 100% disabled by the Veterans Affairs. After the excitement of finally having the rating you deserve wears off, you start asking questions. One of the first questions that you might ask is this: It’s a legitimate question – rare is the Veteran that finds themselves sitting on the couch eating bon-bons … Continue reading

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What  can one do if the VA Dr. made statements that I never said? This is very concerning to me to read the evaluation and to see the Dr. flat out lie and state word for word that I said something that I never said!

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I guess it would depend on the circumstances and what actually made it into your results. The most common example of examiners not being accurate is when they ask how you are today and you reply, "I'm fine." Yes, they may take you literally, so be honest, not blindly courteous. If you feel like the floor of a taxicab, tell them.

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Good Point Vync!

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I would confront this Dr and ask him why he mention things that was not said in your evaluation to you? Ask for an Addendum/Amendment

 Now with that said  the Dr's/PA's ,L.C.S.W. have to make a written report on there findings with you After the evaluation/exam.

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7 hours ago, Buck52 said:

I would confront this Dr and ask him why he mention things that was not said in your evaluation to you? Ask for an Addendum/Amendment

 Now with that said  the Dr's/PA's ,L.C.S.W. have to make a written report on there findings with you After the evaluation/exam.

Yes buck this was clearly a C&P set up by the VA to reduce my IBS. I am at maximum for that claim so the Doctor clearly is trying to say that I should be reduced by stating things I never said and if I said what this Doctor said then it would be basically asking the VA to reduce my claim. Wtf like I am going to do that. I will take this all to my VSO if I am denied. He is very helpful.

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11 hours ago, Vync said:

I guess it would depend on the circumstances and what actually made it into your results. The most common example of examiners not being accurate is when they ask how you are today and you reply, "I'm fine." Yes, they may take you literally, so be honest, not blindly courteous. If you feel like the floor of a taxicab, tell them.

I can tell you this Doctor made two specific comments quoting word for word things I never said, that is a blatant lie. I am going to call him on it that is for sure. If I am reduced im going to my VSO and going after this Doctor's throat. This is the same Doctor that gave me a shitty C&P years ago when I was initially denied.

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