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    • Well, any appointment you have upcoming on your Ebennies site you can call and discover the details if you haven't received your letter at that time. I dont ever remember someone from the VA on the phone telling me no they can't accomodate my requests. Talk to people, you would be suprised how many are actually trying to help.
    • Well, all 4 of my C&Ps were done outside of the VA. 👿  I didnt know the option to choose was even possible.    I'll be checking E-bene today hoping for an update.
    • When i'm asked to do a C&P i call and make sure it's scheduled with a VA doc and not an outside contractor. I'm still young and healthy enough to not to need constant care. I don't use my Choice, because that isn't in the "system". I didn't serve long enough to qualify for Healthcare until after i received my 50% SC
    • ADodge, I am picturing you as the frog that choking the Heron that is trying to eat it! You just keep that death grip on the "Heron's" throat and don't let go!!! Semper Fi
    • Hi Everyone! First, thank you to everyone through March and April that helped me through the TKR and temp 100% process! At the advice of many here, my doctors, and my VSO I filed for 2 claims secondary to my right knee. I filed SC for my left knee because the doctors expressed concern over my left knee for a TKR before the right, at that time my right knee was the only condition that was SC'd so I did the right knee and currently I am on temp 100. At the end of April I filed for SC for my left knee and for my lower back, which are the conditions that have been noted by the VA doctor. I had my C&P at the end of May, my VSO says that the C&P notes are favorable to me (good news right)? Today I checked the claim to see where it was at and it says, Pending decision approval, and then in the information needed is says VA medical center by 8/29/16, I looked at upcoming appointments and it shows that there was one appointment requested today 7/30/16. There is no doubt that my left knee is connected to my right, I have compensated on my left for years due to the pain and awkward gait of my right to the point that I have a really bad gait on my left now, and very limited movement without alot of pain, which the examiner was very concerned about. My lower back, my back hurts in what I assume is due to walking so funny because of knees and limits my ability for bending and picking up items. I filed for my dependents to be added and that was completed in May, however at that time the didnt pay me for one month because my son (who's a college student) was on spring break, my VSO went back and forth and finally the rater agreed it should of been paid, so that does show as a pending disability. Could the pending decision approval be for that one month? Although when they were approved and added  as a dependents they were not a claim for disability it was a dependent claim and didnt really show up underclaims, and there wasnt away to see the status of that the way there is to see the claim for disability. SO there was no pending decision approval or notification status for dependents at all??? How can I possibly be at pending decision approval with another request for what I am assuming is a C&P? Does this mean that they have decided on one of the conditions and wants more info for another? Is it possible that it will stay in pending decision approval until they receive the 2nd C&P results? Or is it probably in approval for the 1 month they didnt pay me on my dependent?





broncovet

Gm Discounts To Disabled Vets

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Most everyone knows that GM offers a big discount to military "active and reserve". Has anyone gotten a discount on a GM car or truck with a 100% P and T "military" Id card? My id card works for almost everything on post. It gets me on post, commissary...even most "MWR" stuff, such as the gym on post.

My question is has anyone gotten a GM "military" discount with their disabled Vet military ID?

I went to the chatline at GM discounts, and the lady there said no, but I think she may have not known what she is talking about.

GM also offers a $750 discount for USAA members, and USAA membership is free to military, and I heard it was opened to VETS, too.

https://www.usaa.com...offer_exclusive

It is also here, if you scroll across:

http://www.gm.com/ve.../currentoffers/

I will add that military discount is not a big deal by itself because the credit union members get the same GM pricing as military, HOWEVER, credit union members dont get the 750 off for USAA, so military discount would mean about another $750. If I get all the discounts, I may even be able to afford the car...thanks..

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Good to know. I get a good discount cause I buy used cars with low mileage. Usually pay half price for a really good car 3 or 4 years old.

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You get a discount for being active, active duty or reserve/national guard

You get a discount for USAA

You DO NOT get a discount for being a retired or a disabled vet.

At least you didn't a month ago.

Oh, and if you credit score sucks, you don't get a car. Ask me, I know..

Hamslice

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Hamslice is correct. Unless you are a retiree, you get diddly.

Now If you belong to the DAV, Ford offers the X plan.

Oh well.

J

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