Would my husbands been a cue. Like when they did the urine sample at c&p. And ther was no proteinuera, and the doc said without that there was no diabetic nephropathy? And I pulled up a document from national kidney foundation, that said in early stages you do not always drop proteneria. And she never took into consideration his efgr rate. Jubst a quick deny, by probably someone who was not even a phd. And they took his opinion over are private nephrologist. That is how back logs are stacked up.. I'd like to be a fly on the wall in some of their meeting with these doc and raters.
Im not speaking for everyone, but you can get them several ways:
1. My RBA was given to me, digitally, by my lawyer, which includes medical exams.
2. You can, once you obtain the records on paper, scan them in and cut and paste, if you use the correct software.
3. I have not had good luck obtaining C and P exams electronically, except, as above, but others may chime in.
The only paperwork we have now is a report of casualty, DD form 1300. It states "He was at a night defensive position when artillery rounds by a friendly force landed in the area".
Is a death certificate still required or will the DD 1300 be sufficient? We haven't talked to them yet, waiting for his file. Also talking to some members of his unit. Not ascertained if the PH was applied for then or denied.