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add another year of the 1-2 months for decision


retiredat44

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add another year of the 1-2 months for decision...... 4 years of this,,,, yes, sometimes it used to go to remand, but not very often and been a long time since that one.... how they get away with blatant lies especially to people with deadly permanent diseases and injuries with no cures.... is there anyone watching these people to make sure they don't screw vets? It's a huge scandal heads need to roll! these dirtbags have no conscious, no care for other people.... original filing 1990's re-opened with new evidence 2008/2009. Scandals with doctors running from the USA substandard care, phony IMO saying they surgeries they bungled were typical and nothing bad.... the news organizations are either full of crap, scared of running the stories or think we are trash and don't care..... how many lives, suicides... scum running the organizations who decide our fates.... they expect us to just let it go and hope our families get something after we die... dirty rotten,, wish I could sya how I feel, but I don't want o to make this wonder site and people look bad from my words of what I would like to say about these scum.....

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Thank you for letting me vent... I am sorry, as people look for help and advise,, and don't need more rants to read.... I hope someday to tell people my experiences of what not to do, and what mistakes not to make..... but until I get an outcome, I can't give advices....... but I learned a lot of what will and will not help those filing claims..... it usually comes down to you are your own best activist.. and the roads you take early have a bigpart of the outcome.... some are catch-22 , dilemma... dates are very important,, first date filed is extremely important, even if you can't find help or someone refuses, it is up to you to get the ball rolling,, even  if you don't have your info and documents ready, don't worry.... by the time they look at them you will get many bits at the apple, giving you more times. Try to get help, go research writing, notes. Usually they reps have 20,000 cases and you are a number. Find and keep every papers.... order all documents asap..... don't wait.... an example: by law some states can legally dispose of medical records are 7 years... I don't know about all states, and overseas places.  Anyways...... I think this is already in these forums..... just wish I could get an outcome and eventually give any advice I think might be useful, but here are extremely smart people in here in this website.

 

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1 hour ago, retiredat44 said:

Thank you for letting me vent

We all vent on this site at one time or another, I think of it as thearpy. One of the best things about Hadit is it is more than just a place to get advice, it is also a place where we can rant or complain and the folks on the site completly understand. This comes from esprit de corp which we all learned in the militiary, as veterans we are one big family.

Hang in there retireat44 it will get better! 

Remember you are never alone, you are with your veteran family.

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btw,,, I may have forgot to mention, when I submitted new evidence to one of the remands last year, not only did I submit an IMO from the VA/GI Clinic stating the pancreatic disease complications were their fault, I also filled out and submitted "waiver of regional office consideration" paperwork. My BVA appeals specialist POA said that would stop the VARO from sticking their nose into my files any more. And only the BVA judge would work the case and make decisions.  I Also sent that documentation to the judge in that windows of 60 days for a replay with the information about my Pancreas and liver doctor (San Diego) in the big scandal in the VA GI, and Liver clinic, where is was taking liver pieces without authorization for a study they told him not to do. So I did two waivers, one was to waive the 60 days of wait time and go directly to my case without any more delays and the others was "waiver of regional office consideration".

 

So, as usual The BVA status page for my appeals says issues/remands, and says expect 1-2 months the judge review at BVA. This last one of the status review pages has not changed since June 2019.

I already looked up ad read, and asked about 1-2 months for decisions and as usual, that is b.s. and means nothing.

appeals files 2009. BVA live hearing with BVA judge was 2016.

 

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