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    • Yep, that settlement was before Nehmer, before the presumptives. The scientific evidence and the medical records from Vietnam are the ones I got from NARA. I got a few from NPRC, and some from the VA. I would have filed for disability while on duty, and you could do that, but the Army would not give me the records. They said they were lost, but they weren’t. They never were. YES, they can do anything they want to do. They can go back 80 years for the veteran, and at least legal age for children,  and longer depending on the child’s disability. The VA is the most powerful agency in the world. there is only a couple reasons I didn’t get disability the day after discharge. The Army, the DoD, and the VA. All withholding the evidence. That’s it. I lost a hell of a lot more than 47 years of disability. I paid for the insurance premiums, the medicine, the out of pocket cost for deductibles, medicine, hospitals, doctors,  and you know what? I nearly died several times from presumptive conditions, not to mention brain damage, strokes, GAS with Streptococcal Pharyngitis, and Tropical diseases, and much of it I have records for. They have the rest and they are sitting on it. It’s up to the VA, but they were in the wrong, and I expect they will have me dead first. I would bet on it, but I need good help, not cowards or sell outs.. vr
    • I am not active duty. It doesn’t matter what I want because the VA never had any intention on granting anything at all. They have sat on my records for almost 50 (FIFTY) years, they told me they were lost, they ignored 20 FOIA Requests, blamed my conditions on syphilis but their own tests showed negative every time. They did not do anything to help my Respiratory infections or Group A Streptococcus with Pharyngitis which is Rheumatic Fever and when you have that, the URI, the GAS with Pharyngitis, and prostatitis when covered with mosquito bites, pain behind the eyes with parasites in them, you can almost bet it’s malaria, especially when the urine is bloody and the liver is out of whack, diarrhea,  blood dots are all over.  When you’re broke out in acne around the eyes and temples, and blistered hands with rashes all over, swollen legs ankles and arms, and inflammation with thick large wheals on your trunk, back, chest, with bone pain, leg pain, abdominal pain and cramping, it’s not Atopic Dermatitis. It may have been Agent Orange. They don’t evacuate you for dry skin, and Chloroquine wasn’t the only anti malaria drug they had, and I wasn’t allergic to it either.  No, back benefits? What’s that? You mean $400 a month for 1971, $425 a month for 1972, $475 a month for 1973 and so on? That’s what they want isn’t it. Pennies on the dollar.  I never got any records to sue with or even file a claim. There was a surprise board held in Alabama in July 1971,  and I figured out it was a medical board when it was over. I didn’t know it was going to take place, or what I needed to do, or anything at all. Totally in the dark, and had no notice, no idea that there were any options, had no records to look at, didn’t know if it was a court marshal or a medical board, but it didn’t matter because I was uninformed and didn’t get any legal assistance or advise, and I was ill, and didn’t understand what they wanted, or what I could do about it.  Turns out it was already decided what I would do. Plans were already in place and the “HOME AWAITING ORDERS “ was done and I DID NOT EVER STABILIZE. I deteriorated continuously, and all the regulations were worthless and still are in my opinion.  STATUE OF LIMITATIONS? What the hell is that? When was that created? Probably in June 1971 when the Army started the one year clock, or when they gave me the benefit of doubt and allowed it not to start until April 21, 1972 when I had my first civilian day. Well I requested my records and the Army’s response was the records were lost. The VA had them in 1983 as the BVA correctly stated, but withheld them from me. According to the BVA “”THE EVIDENCE CONSIDERED AT THE TIME OF THE JUNE 1983 RATING DECISION CONSISTED OF THE VETERAN’S SERVICE TREATMENT RECORDS,  AN APRIL 1983 DERMATOLOGIST’S LETTER, A VA AGENT ORANGE EXAMINATION REPORT, AND THE VETERAN’S LAY STATEMENTS. The VA established that it did have my service treatment records “in hand at that time”, yet my request for a copy was unanswered, and we both have the request.  Yes, I just wanted service connection at the time and any compensation due, but the fee based dermatologist withheld information concerning my lung condition or the VA altered the report or both. Nothing is beyond belief. My requests in 2012 got no medical records, and the other 15 or 20 didn’t either. In 2015 I did finally receive some treatment records from the 21 days I was hospitalized in country on Vietnam soil, yet I need someone that saw me in the hospital, ill, while the other 2 to 3 million do not. Why is that? Why is a buddy statement considered more affirmative than the Commander of the entire medical facility’s Testimony? The largest of all our overseas medical facilities!  This is the kind of stuff that makes every veteran question every word the VA prints, posts, advertises, or states in any form of media. WTH is wrong here? I have been lied to, deceived, manipulated in about every conceivable way, and run around for 50 years (for figuring purposes like the % awarded). In a few more it will be over 50, so we can round it up to 100 years, right?  If nothing else, it will show what I just said about the runaround. How can the VA refuse “any medical treatment to any veteran with a condition that’s even remotely due to parasites, toxic chemicals, or unknown causes?” Justify letting a veteran’s condition(s) to deteriorate to the point of death!!! I want an answer from Sec. Robert Wilkie, from President Donald J Trump, VP Mike Pence. I  just wanted what was right for myself and my family, but I can see that there is not now and never was any intention to do the right thing. The last five years (from March 2014) have been almost a waste, from the time DAV’s Dan Knabe and Joseph Braun trashed my claim to now.  I have been writing for years, and it’s eaten up my life, wasting it. All of this was unnecessary, but maybe fate made this happen to open the VA’s eyes. I won’t live to see this end I am sure, but I will not sell out my family. I lost my first family and the Army caused it. I had brain damage and the Army was 100% aware, but hoped I would go off and die like an old diseased dog.  Tomorrow I will send in my NOA and wait. I am done and just a lay person, not knowing what is good or what is much much better. Can you tell me? I wish I had a say so, but I never have had. This time I will. They have my phone number and I haven’t talked to anyone yet, or the VA can wait, it doesn’t matter. I am leaving some video instructions for my kids, so they aren’t lost after I pass away. victor ray PS. I sleep in sometimes because I still have sleep problems, which also started in Vietnam. I know they say I slept well in Vietnam, because we all did, like babies. I slept 20 hours a day sometimes. Thanks
    • The Agent Orange Product Liability Litigation paid out a settlement with an average of $3800 to each Veteran for the class action Agent Orange lawsuit. The time to register as part of the class action is over and they already fully disbursed the settlement money.  https://www.benefits.va.gov/compensation/claims-postservice-agent_orange-settlement-settlementFund.asp
    • Agent Orange and the presumption was recently passed as a service-connected disability. The VA is not going to back pay benefits 40 years for Agent Orange. 
    • Do you want the bad news first or the good news first? I'll give you the good news first. You have nexus letters for physical conditions and that's good, because when one doctor says you have a condition and a C&P examiner gives you an unfavorable exam the TIE must go to the veteran. That's the good news. Here's the bad news. If you don't have an in-service diagnosis for depression and anxiety, unfortunately, it will be denied as a direct-service claim. There is another way to get it granted on a SECONDARY basis. But, it's going to take some work on your part and time.You will need to service-connect your knee and lower back first.   Depending on the severity of your knee and lower back conditions, if either or those or both keep you from achieving "activities of daily life" or(ADLs) ;such as exercise, work that requires bending, squatting, etc. this can cause or aggravate depression and anxiety. To Secondary connect a condition you must meet these requirements: 1. Must have a service-connected disability 2. Current diagnosis of disability 3. Nexus of opinion stating the minimum threshold phrase "at least as likely as not" and a rational linking #1 and #2.  
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    • So I've been in a basic power chair (Q6 Edge) since 2015. Late 2016 was also fitted for a TiLite TRA manual (also keeping powerchair). 2017 was approved by Tampa VA for clothing allowance for lower. 


      Moved to Battle Creek VA late 2017. Since then was issued new basic powerchair (Quickie P222-SE) to replace broken Q6. Still use TiLite also now can lightly ambulate with Forearm crutches.

      Use crutches 50%, and both chairs 25% each.

      Was approved for 1 clothing allowance this year for forearms crutches for upper.


      Was denied 2nd for chair/lower that was awarded last year because Chief Prosthetic states "powerchair takes precedence, you were issued that so you are to use only the powerchair".

      Also powerchair has gap between seat and leg mounts where clothes do get caught and tear. Clinician was I'll put it back in but"power chairs dont get clothing allowances", and "any review or appeal will only come back to me"

      I was approved for powerchair/custom manual combo clothing allowance last year; How do I word an appeal for the lower clothing allowance this year?

      My local DAV rep at the VA has no clue on how to handle this.

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    • I understand what you are saying. Does it sometimes take awhile to update the VA letters and disabilities info online after it closes.....in my case on a Saturday ? Some on other posts on here says no and some say yes so I'm just curious about the inconsistency regarding that if it is yes and no.
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