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CAVC By the numbers

I just found this report done by the CAVC. According to the report, Veterans filed 4095 appeals in FY 2017 (apparently 2018 is not done yet). Of the 4095 appeals 12% of those were "Pro Se". That means that attorneys filed about 3603 appeals. Of...

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Is it right for a QTC examiner to require you to use albuterol (rescue inhaler) as part of your PFT test? Have had 2 prior tests by VA, never used albuterol. Seems strange, was told by QTC, that if refused, would put me down as refusing the test?

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I was diagnosed with keratoconus in both eyes by a military doctor at McChord AFB, Tacoma, Washington. My initial vision was determined to be 20 / 1250 in the right eye and 20 / 850 in the left eye. Since that time I've had 4 corneal transplants:...

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DIC for Drug Overdose

Hello, My ex-husband and the father of my children recently died from a overdose. He was 50%, but applied for 100% disability 4 months before his death. He went to VA's rehab 1 time and then went to Rehab/PTSD in South Dakota for 12-weeks and again...

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Decision / VA.GOV

I filed for 8 items back in October. I had my last C&P's Jan 21st and VA Received the results on the 25th of Jan. Since its been 30 days, I logged on and checked my status and noticed the "request for decision" option was gone and the wording...

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C&P Exam Report Rating Question

Hello Everyone, I'm new to the forum and wanted to see if anyone could shed a little light or thoughts on what they think the rating would be from this C&P exam report. I have been out since '91, current disability is 20% for Chronic...

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COLA Bill Introduced for 2020

Bill To Increase COLA U.S. Rep. Elaine Luria, Chairwoman of the House Veterans’ Affairs Subcommittee on Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs, recently introduced a Bill to provide a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) to veterans, and...

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SMP housebound

As many of you know there are "2" housebounds: 1. SMC S housebound. There are 2 ways to get here: Have a single 100 percent plus an additional 60 percent seperate and distinct from each other. OR, be "housebound in fact", which means your are...

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File in 05 was denied

Took 10 years of filing and refilling my claim. First claim was filed in 2005 by American legion but was denied in 2007 and instead of appealing the rep file a new claim in 2007 which was denied Again in 2009. Changed rep to DAV and once again a...

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Medical opinion

Just looking for some opinions and input on how my claim sounds like its going to anyone else. I filed my claim for arthritis with a dbq. Shortly after that it was sent out for a medical opinion, which was completed by a contract doc within days....

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