without looking at your C&P notes, or knowing what you may or may not get at Service Connected, i still want to say something. If your C&P Doc put all this information down and it's all verified, then i say you have a case for 100% TDIU and P&T. no matter your scheduler %. if you get lowballed(i did and it's kinda standard for the dicks), or flat out denied, take all your information to a VA Accredited Lawyer, if they are willing to take your case let them.
Chris: I broke my crystal ball because it NEVER came up with the right answer when dealing with the VA..
I can appreciate your situation. Now that you had your C&P; I think that's a step in the right direction to get "service connected"
for Tinnitus. Not knowing anything about your Doctor or what he viewed in your C-File or what you said during the C&P; My opinion is the C&P results are hopefully "favorable" to get service connected for your other conditions.
Don't be scared about doing anything wrong. We all make mistakes.
Don't listen to those voices.....Remember,,, ,you have a hearing problem!!! (Sometimes I hear birds say " I don't give a shit"...well at least that's what it sounds like to me!! Other can't make out what they are saying!!!
Hang in there and keep fighting... Hope others chime in...
Help! I am being told by Dennis Shepherd, General Counsel for the Kentucky VA that I may NOT contact either my local VA rep OR my Regional Admin. I have had 2 claims denied, ( First because they checked the Navy and they said I had not been exposed to ANY radiation, then the AIR FORCE said same ) I was ARMY 1973-79. 1 appeal denied with no reason given, and today my NOD was denied. Said they could find no record of my service in any of the armed forces. My DD214 shows every detail of where I was stationed and my MOS.
So my question is: Can the VA General Counsel stop me from talking to them or even emailing them? I came down with pancreatic cancer after being exposed to radiation from the HAWK Missile System.
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