Episode 4: VA Responds to DBQ Removal
VA has provided further insight into the removal of public facing DBQs from its website, including whether it is feasible getting them back online. Additionally, VA has alluded to proposing legislation allowing them to exclude some evidence while adjudicating claims; something they cannot currently do due to the non-adversarial nature of the claims process. Learn more about VA’s reasoning for the removal of these DBQs, along with commentary regarding the impact these changes may have from our Veterans Law attorneys.
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