The first week of hearings at the Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide has seen more people wanting to contribute.
Written submissions increased from 630 to 802 while requests for private sessions to speak with a commissioner more than doubled, rising from 60 to more than 150.
"An aspect I hope they'll pick up on is the discrepancies between the Acts, because that will often cause mental trauma to a veteran," Mr Taylor said last week.
Commission chair Nick Kaldas thanked the participants who shared their experiences and encouraged others to do the same.
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"The more people we hear from, right across Australia, the better equipped we'll be to identify the risks and improve outcomes for veterans and their families," Commissioner Kaldas said.
Anyone wishing to make a submission should visit the Royal Commission website.
The Brisbane hearing is open to the public and can be viewed via a livestream on the commission homepage. It runs until Friday, December 10.
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