But when is slow too slow? Or maybe OTIS...Old Tired Intolerably Slow is the acronym of the day?
Maybe this Dr. Ellis(and friends) can see the light in my SMR and write the right nexus.
Ellis clinic charges $500 for the first 4 and $100 for each additional...according to his website.
It's not that I want to throw in the towel, just want to let someone else hang on to it for a while.
As for why the NOVA lawyer decided my case wasn't worth her time...don't know, I couldn't open the packet that she mailed my file back in. So I don't know if she wrote saying why she decided that. Maybe I will look at it this weekend.
Concurrent Receipt of Retirement Pay and Disability Compensation for Disabled Veterans?
I served 24 years in the Military and I am currently receiving military retirement pay.
I am not currently receiving any VA compensation. I am still battling the VA, (4 years since my retirement).
I finally got a VA Lawyer to look into my VA Claim (Keith Snyder). He warned me that if I do receive anything for my VA claim, I may have to reduce my retirement pay by the same amount to receive the VA compensation pay. He said the VA payment had to be offset by the reduction in retirement pay.
Does anyone know how to explain the current rules and or laws for Concurrent Receipt of Retirement Pay and Disability Compensation for Disabled Veterans?