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  1. First, the 2018 C & P exam in way to old. Second, it seems that you filed a claim, and it was rated and denied in Jan 2020. You recently filed a supplemental with new medical evidence Nov 2020 and VA has scheduled you for a new C & P exam. It is normal for VA to schedule a new/current C & P exam prior to making a new decision. This is a good thing.
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  2. Got out of military 2004 (medical discharge) 2005 VA gave me 0% 2009 fought and got 20% 2010 fought and got 30% 2012 fought and got 40% 2013 fought and got 70% 2014 fought and denied claim 2015 fought and denied reconsideration of claim 2016 fought and submitted appeal 2017 hurry up and wait 2018 appeal changed to new ama 2019 ama appeal denied 2019 changed to bva appeal 2020 BVA appeal decision from judge November 2020 awarded 80% INTERESTED TO SEE WHAT THE NEXT 15 YEAR BATTLE WILL HOLD Regardless. I never
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  3. Welcome to Hadit , you will find some of the greatest people here on earth that are well versed in VA ENGLISH AND MATH &the CFR's that are great helping veterans win their claim/claims I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR CLOSE FRIEND What GB Army mention above is great advice. Just my opinion here and I could be totally wrong you first need 3 elements & they are 1. Current Diagnosis. (No diagnosis, no Service Connection.) 2. In Service Event or Aggravation. 3. Nexus, or Doctor’s Statement close to: “The Veteran’s (current diagnosis) is at least as li
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  4. Ranmic Are you scheduled for another session with that doctor soon? I think I would gos few sessions and see how that progresses and see what the professional thinks as it relates to symptoms and possible an increase in ratings. Many symptoms for depression are also found in other MH disabilities like PTSD. He may diagnose an additional issue. But if you feel that your symptoms are worse, go ahead and file is the advise most would suggest I would imagine.
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  5. I went to a doctor regarding my knee. She had read the xray's, and seen the arthritis (severe) in my knee, and opined that I would need a total knee replacement, the only question was when. So I asked her, "Do you think this is related to the fracture of my leg in service?" She said "no". She then said something about some type of joint damage, saying some is related to an injury and other types of arthritis are not related to injury or fracture. While I dont remember EXACTLY what she said (the medical terminology), I knew that meant I would not be sc for my knee, "unless/until" I wen
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  6. The BVA "only has jurisdiction" over an issue when YOU, the Veteran gives it to him by filing a NOD. You can not file a NOD on an issue that has not been decided. So, no, the BVA "does not have jurisdiction" over your claim for R1 because the VARO didnt adjuticate it, and so the Board can not/does not have jurisdiction over the claim "because" it has not been adjuticate by the VARO, and because you CAN NOT, therefore, file a nod on an unadjuticated issue. Read about "Pending claim" doctrine. Your claim for R1 is "pending" because it has not been adjuticated by the VARO. The procedur
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  7. 8k cash down to 4k due to paying bills off and getting house in valdosta ga to rent hmm new bills and stuff out of 3k a month im down to roughly 500 i can save. Thats until parents can get jobs then more round 1k a month...
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