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Music hello and welcome to another hill and Ponton veterans video blog I'm Matthew Hill here with Carol Ponton and today we'd like to talk to you about medical evidence and how it factors into your claim what you need to be thinking about about your outside evidence and you know what you can expect the VA to do and what you should be doing one of the things that I see over the years is that the VA will ask the veterans pour your medical treating medical sources and the VA will write to them and the veteran thinks that the VA has obtained them but they haven't because what the letter says is do your doctor this veteran is applying for disability benefits and we would like a copy of your records we will not pay you any money for doing this so what happens is most of the doctors don't send in the medical records the veteran meanwhile thinks the records are in there but they're not well in the connection has a good reason our good faith reason to think they're in there because the VA under under a law has what's called the duty to assist meaning the VA must assist the veteran to get records that would help win his case so once the veteran identifies who the doctor is or where the evidence is then in theory the VA should obtain that but it's as Carol de said that they said please send it we're not going to pay any money and unfortunately there are very few doctors offices very few doctors offices and and the long-term sadness that I feel about this is I see over the years veterans have applied they told the VA exactly who their doctors are the VA sent a letter and said we're not going to pay the doctor stumps in the letters in and now 20 years later those records don't exist anymore you can't get them the VA records they can get from private medical doctors I think all of our veterans should go out get the doctor records and submit them themselves and keep a copy yeah you know again the VA has a duty to assist but at the end of the day it's your claim and you need to do what you need to do to win the claim you know at this point they should be helping you do this but the best thing to do is to assure that the records are in there because that's the thing they don't VA is not going to send you a letter saying oh we got this they're just and they're not going to say we didn't get to meet you either way I mean the only way you would really know from a document from the VA with VA would be when you get the decision and on the decision they list the evidence they used and so you'd want to.