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    • I agree with Broncovet.  I'd do an FOIA for the C&P examiner's curriculum vitae, and while you're waiting do an online search for his/her credentials and print/PDF what you can find. You could do your NOD or Form 9 Appeal, depending on what stage you are in, and while you are waiting, get an IME/IMO done as quickly as possible. That should hopefully trigger the VA to look at your case all over again with the new and material evidence.  Include your online search information, until you get your FOIA fulfilled.  They'll probably schedule your for another C&P. I could be wrong, but the VA can't forward on to the BVA until all other associated claims and FOIA requests are adjudicated or resolved. Also do a FOIA for your C-File.  You never know that they missed, or what records that are in there that are not your own. (On my 3rd C-File request, the VA "discovered" and included several CBC, Monospot and other tests that they previously said did not exist and were not present earlier....so you never know.) Last, document everything.  I like to scan everything in PDF to a folder in Dropbox.  That way I can access it anywhere in case I need to read or access something.  It's also easier than hauling around a crate of letters and medical documents. Good luck! Mark  
    • I'm trying to find out if my spouse or I would be eligible for spousal benefits if either of us passed.  We are both 100% permanent and totally disabled vets.  We're planning for our future, which includes purchasing a new home.  We don't want to purchase something that either of us would not be able to maintain in case of death of either of us. Thank you in advance for your help.
    • @ JBasser:   I HAVE contacted John Dorle, who is working with Dr. Bash on veterans claims. I have completely explained my concerns in depth to John Dorle. He said he'd contact Dr. Bash. No results. Nada. I finally got an answer from a firm in California that is collaborating with Veterans Medical Advisor. Said they would check Dr. Bash's schedule for me. They scheduled a date and a time for Dr. Bash to call me. I waited all day for the phone call that NEVER CAME. I called the firm and spoke to the person that scheduled the telephone conference and complained. All I ever received was excuses from this firm and acting surprised that I didn't get a call. Nothing more. I believe there's more to this story than we are being told.    
    • So yes now my TBI and PTSD are service connected they are just low balled and combined as one.
    • If the patient advocate don't do you no good than I would go to the Director office and file a complaint and they will get you an answer or maybe ask for another Doctor.





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Va Form 21-0958

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Hot off the presses. From now on, this is the form to file your NODs with. USB Allison "Wonderland"Hickey told me so herself.

http://asknod.wordpress.com/2013/05/16/new-nod-form-21-0958-from-va/

It's so new, they don't have a .pdf fill out version yet. You can download it and fill out by hand. Be sure to write in insanely small letters with a burnt out ball point pen so they'll need a magnifying glass to read it.

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Love it!!!!!!!!!

Be sure to write in insanely small letters with a burnt out ball point pen so they'll need a magnifying glass to read it. AARRRGGHHH

Dont forget coffee stains, dried drool and stool samples.

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Here is the .gov link to the PDF version of the form you can fill in on your computer. I assume it's the most recent verison but for some reason it's not on the va forms site I had to find it on the GSA reginfo government site.

http://www.reginfo.gov/public/do/PRAViewIC?ref_nbr=201206-2900-001&icID=202598

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While I wish to thank you for posting that, sir, it doesn't offer the opportunity to make life miserable to the VA pukes we have to do battle with.

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For me, neither link is working.

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Well maybe with a structured format, they will have a better chance of actually addressing your appeal?

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