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Chauncey Robinson:  Gulf War Veteran having to fight all these years to gain his benefits.

Retaliation, intimidation and unwarranted surveillance best describe what Chauncey Robinson has endured for 28 years.  Claiming they lost his records and medical files, when in fact they shredded them, the Veterans Administration has continued to stall out and deny his claims.  “Veterans are disenfranchised, disowned, neglected and abused; they’re treated like peasants by their own government,” the Desert Storm veteran said. “We love our country but does our country love us?”

Chauncey Robinson returns to talk more about the use of USC  38 .511…this is the code that prohibits actual courts of law to review the VA’s notorious mishandling of veterans cases.  Fraudulent medical reports, concealing of medical records, falsifying federal data bases, destruction of federal claims files, and obstruction of justice are added to the denial of due process and the right to equal access to the courts of law.

The US Department of Veterans Affairs is one of the most notoriously mismanaged, dysfunctional federal agencies in existence, second only possibly, to the USDA.  That any veteran who put on that uniform in our defense, should have to fight 25 years or more for the benefits they were promised is a national disgrace.

Join us as we expand the conversation.

USC 38.511

(a) The Secretary shall decide all questions of law and fact necessary to a decision by the Secretary under a law that affects the provision of benefits by the Secretary to veterans or the dependents or survivors of veterans. Subject to subsection (b), the decision of the Secretary as to any such question shall be final and conclusive and may not be reviewed by any other official or by any court, whether by an action in the nature of mandamus or otherwise.

 

Veterans: Alex Graham on What you need to know to successfully make your claim

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painyJoin us today November 11, 2016 at 1:00 pm CST!

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Alex Graham is our guest today.  Alex publishes https://asknod.org/  A website dedicated to Vietnam Veterans and the ongoing health issues related to their service.

” I have a dream that one day the VA will judge us by the content of our C-files and not the interpretation regurgitated from the VACOLS M-21-1MR  Adjudications Manual. But then, of course, it would still require they read the contents of the c-file. Therein lies the path to the VA’s much-touted but rarely-achieved  98% accuracy figure in claims processing.”

He also authored a book

Veterans Administration Claims   What You Need to Know to Be Successful

This book was written to help Veterans make their way through the maze of VA regulations, written and unwritten, that prevents them from attaining service connection. The VA, like any governmental entity, is difficult to work with. They do everything on paper and have not advanced to electronic files yet. Only 12-15 percent of VA claims are approved due to red tape and a misunderstanding of what is required. VA prefers you use Veterans Service Organizations to file your claims. I feel Veterans are not very well served by this method and advocate a do it yourself approach. This works well until you get to the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims(CAVC) at that point, you would be best served by having a good attorney and nothing less.

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