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  1. In order to receive a grant of the benefit sought after a denial, you must first understand why the VA denied you. You must also understand the facts of your own claim. Observe the following two quotes below from your decision letter dated April 21st 2020: 1. “To establish direct service connection for a claimed disorder, objective evidence must show a diagnosis of a current disability that is related to a disease or injury incurred in or aggravated during “active” service;” 2. “Veteran was in a motor vehicle accident 11/90 prior to his active duty and was treated during his active
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  2. Chris, Buck, Kanewnut, and any veteran that have service medical records or any medical documents that are hard to read, I suggest that instead of trying to type or explain the meaning of those records/documents is to take these records/documents to a doctor, lawyer or a medical records/document transcriber and have them to transcribe them and certify them as true transcribed copies and then notarize them. It seems most doctors write like chickens scratch and records transcribers have to put their scratches into English. According to VA, these records/documents are considered legal medical d
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  3. Good news. Apparently the audit is done. I just received the remaining retro-active pay. Glad their calculators work.
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  4. I ran my case thru to a few lawyers for higher migraine rating and service connection for ptsd/major depressive disorder after three denials at the regional level. They refused to take my case for either of them.I ended up winning on my own and keeping all my retro.
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