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Town Hall Meeting Held for Veterans

Veterans DayEUGENE, Ore. — The Lane County Veterans Treatment Court is holding a town hall meeting for veterans Friday, so they can learn about all the different services the court has to offer.

Event organizers say the court is focused on helping those already in the justice system, but they want all veterans to come out and help their fellow serviceman get the help they often don’t realize they need or deserve.

Lane County Assistant District Attorney Jay Hall says, “It takes sometimes a veteran to tell a veteran, ‘No, this is for you, this is something you fought for. It’s your right. You need to go ahead and do it.’ It’s that connection that we’re looking for.”

It happens April 25 at 6 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building located at 1626 Willamette St. in Eugene.

For more information, contact the group Access the Law at (541) 686-4890.

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  1. Lloyd Bardell says:

    We need an EZ VA Form and Coverage Award Process – I am sure that the IRS does this. 1. Is claimed condition covered and has it been awarded to others for same condition? yes – go to #2

    2. Is there any evidence, diagnosis, comment, or other appropriate presumptive information concerning the condition in the claimants military records, military medical records or substantive evidence in later records to support the claim? yes – go to #3

    3. Can the VA prove that the condition pre-existed or was not caused or aggravated by Service? No – Award and Award the following Amounts based on the claimants condition and employability.

    BUT THE VA BELIEVES ALL CLAIMS FRAUDULENT TO BEGIN WITH – LIKE AN INSURANCE COMPANY AND THEN IT EXCLUDES COVERED CONDITIONS AT WILL.

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