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      38 CFR 3.307 (a)(2) is thrown out the window. They treated me for malaria, but just like described in all medical journals, when a victim is already infected, they "will have a reaction to chloroquine". The VA is denying every reason for me being hospitalized for a month. i told them before I was even admitted as an inpatient that I was eaten alive by misquotes because I had no net the first night or two in the Delta. A month for a chloroquine reaction? Really? Who would believe that? An entire month? A few hours, even a day, but a month? No what! sorry Berta, but it is still just a cover up, hiding the facts, and denying a large retro pay. That is all it has ever been.  Whem my claim was denied, they said Agent Orange "DID NO DAMAGE", and there was "THERE IS NO CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP YET ESTABLISHED///stop there. "Yet established". My claim was denied because they knew in 1968 that the diseases in the Delta were rampant, to the point it was affecting military operations. So, in my denial they did not list a single presumptive condition that is now law. Not one. Nothing was coded.  Time to lawyer up it seems. The VA is wrong, and every last cent I have will be spent proving it, it looks like. Time for the media!
    • Question about NOD wait time after applying.
      II will add this  if your homeless and have or show good reason you need your claim adjudicated  for hardship  they are suppose to speed up/ Expedite   your claim within 30 days.  other than that  they will take there time... The process of changing over to the digitized world is what is slowing down all the claims now...hopefully next year the change over will be done.
    • Question about NOD wait time after applying.
      Wayne Usually after you send in your NOD Request  DRO Hearing  it depends on how many  hearings is ahead of you?...I was let known about my Hearing in 2 months  when an where and time it would be after I sent in my NOD requesting the DRO Hearing.  but it just depends on how busy they are...my last claim  Waco RO sent my claim to Salt Lake City to have a decision made...this was last Jan/Feb 2016 The only explanation I can give  is the rater that read what your C&P examiner wrote down  ''skip your evidence'' he must not have read it?, ...what was their reason for denying your claim the first time? Anyway this is why we Have the DRO Hearings  its better to get your claim decided at the RO Level than wait in line at the BVA.  So the DRO can sort through all this and read your evidence you have now & Listen to you. and its your chance to tell him what you had at your C&P Exam ''clear evidence was right in front of him/her'' why was I denied?? you mention/ show a DRO that and I'll guarantee you will walk out of there knowing that your going to win your claim or increase or what ever....evidence is the whole key to winning your claim. Usually if a DRO Says I'll let ya know in 60 days  after your hearing this is not a good sign  because there unsure of a decision...and it could take a year or two or three. if you don't hear from them in 60 days after your hearing  I'd bug the hell out of them. until I got results.  you can say you did your part now do your part and make a decision on my claim  so that other veterans can get there claims adjudicated as well. Thank you Sir. Its just that some raters & C&P Examiners choose not to read it. I ask a DRO at my hearing one time after the Hearing was over  I ask him why in the hell didn't the C&P Doc read all my evidence?  and by him not reading it obviously I was denied...I ask him what will happen to that examiner? will he get fired? he said probably not...I said well what about all the lies he stated at my exam  will those documents go into my C-FILE ? HE SAID UNFORTUNATELY Yes they will but will never be used against you in any claim you file as this has been adjudicated  once adjudicated they can't go back.
    • Question about NOD wait time after applying.
      Navy 4 Life.......I requested a DRO Hearing.......I read a lot of opinions on here saying DRO Hearing is the way to go so you can challenge the evidence eyeball to eyeball in person.  My question is if my EVIDENCE submitted to DRO is clearly evident that a disability increase has exceeded the criteria for an increase why would I even need to wait all that time on Waco backlog (12-24 mos) for a Hearing date when clear cut evidence sits right there in front of him/her right now?????  This is the question I am still trying to understand / seek out if clear evidence makes any difference time-wise on an NOD to be granted an increase, and thus a Hearing would no longer be necessary (I assume) unless they simply wish to be blind to the evidence and facts to play out the string until a Hearing is set Thanks Wayne. 
    • Is this a cue?
      Ok i'm 100% now as of septermber 2015 but i was wondering my original claim I won sleep apnea and lost depression and anxiety. I filed an apeal for anxiety and depression and also filed a new claim depression anxiety secondary to sleap apnea. well 9 months went by and then they just closed my claim i called they said i had an appeal in for the same thing. I canceled my appeal refiled sleap apnea and depression secondary to sleap apnea and won. I took a break because all this has taken a toll on. me and i had been a 4 year battle because claims use to take 2 years. I think i should of won my original claim, is there anything I can do about this. thanks for all the advice
    • Question about NOD wait time after applying.
      Right now I think the hold up is them getting all documents digitized. The VA was suppose to get the wait time down to 125 days at the end of 2015..they missed that goal and now it looks like at the end of 2016. VBMS is a web-based, electronic claims processing solution complemented by improved business processes. It will assist in eliminating the existing claims backlog and serve as the technology platform for quicker, more accurate claims processing.  .........Buck
    • Question about NOD wait time after applying.
      I filed my NOD November 2014 and I inquired through IRIS and Under Secretary for Benefits in January 2016.  I got a hearing February 2016 with WACO.  I had the DRO hearing and I think it went well BUT now I am awaiting the decision for over 3 months. WACO is about 12-24 months for a DRO hearing. Did you request a DRO hearing in your NOD?
    • PTSD-MST Treatment(s)
      Yes - please utilize the above link- I had to write the statement for the Parole Board to assist in denying the parole for this inmate.  I made a lot of mistakes with my claim but self education has been essential and being proactive. God Bless.
    • PTSD-MST Treatment(s)
      mkah - check out this article  How to Write a Stressor Statement for a PTSD Claim for Veterans Disability Compensation

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How To Assemble Va Claims Site

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I just got to thinking about this and figured I had better mention...

Right now my web designer is working on revisions for the site. Hopefully, they could be done any day now. Then again, it might be two weeks <_< .

In case anyone is using it and it goes down, please have patience. My webmaster will probably be taking the old down and putting the new in its place.

It will have the same look just have more including VONAPP and a couple of other subjects.

Anyway, I will try to give a headsup if it is at all possible.

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You're Fantastic <_<

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keep up the good work!

I just got to thinking about this and figured I had better mention...

Right now my web designer is working on revisions for the site. Hopefully, they could be done any day now. Then again, it might be two weeks <_< .

In case anyone is using it and it goes down, please have patience. My webmaster will probably be taking the old down and putting the new in its place.

It will have the same look just have more including VONAPP and a couple of other subjects.

Anyway, I will try to give a headsup if it is at all possible.

fanaticbooks

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Thanks Books

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I agree sharon, anyone who helps a vet is #1 in my book.

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thanks very much. this is the 1st time i have read this webb site. wow, very helpfull. will make my work a lot easier. thanks again

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thanks very much. this is the 1st time i have read this webb site. wow, very helpfull. will make my work a lot easier. thanks again

Your very welcome. That is the purpose of the website...to make it easier for veterans/dependents.

Thank you everybody for your kind words. I am just pleased that it is doing the job I intended. It now averages about 45 visits per day. That has to be helping.

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Yours is a great site, fanaticbooks. I refer to it often.

Thank you for your excellence in creating/maintaining it! <_<

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The revisions are getting closer. My web designer has finished the steps revisions. Now working on the additions I want. Still might be another week or two. I have a LOT of stuff being done.

Just keeping you updated so if it goes down, everyone on hadit has a chance of knowing WHY the site is down.

Hopefully, my webmaster when he does take off the old and put on the new can choose a time when it isn't real busy.

fanaticbooks

by the way, thanks for all the remarks here. I'm also glad to see that on Google under a "va claims" or "va claims information" search, the site is now #1. That means more people searching are going to possibly find it to help them. ;) good feeling.

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Well, we are closer to the revisions being done. Just received the complete site revisions, done the proofing, and sent back the corrections. Now all he has to do is correct, send to me to double check the corrections have been done, and IT IS FINISHED!

Hopefully, by next week I will be getting my webmaster involved in changing over to the new. Still the same style and info, only improved with additions that I hope will be useful to veterans.

Anyway just trying to keep people updated so if the site goes down while they are on it, they will know why.

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Received the final proofing and it is ready for posting. Just need my web designer to send it to my webmaster and then have the webmaster do HIS magic. B)

Should be any time this week.

I am so excited. A lot of new stuff that hopefully will help vets.

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Thank you for helping Veterans

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