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About Tbird

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    Founder HadIt.com established 1997
  • Birthday 02/19/1957

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    E-6 Petty Officer First Class

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    Navy

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  1. You are not alone by a long shot brother. Hang in, hopefully some brothers will jump in.
  2. @GeekySquid Great idea and here it is https://community.hadit.com/forum/153-appeals-modernization-act-ama/
  3. Yes it does replace RAMP. The following is from the VA's fact sheet. You can view the full fact sheet here AMA-Appeals-FactSheet.pdf What is Appeals Modernization? On August 23, 2017, the President signed the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act of 2017 (Appeals Modernization Act) into law, creating a new decision review process that allows VA to improve the delivery of benefits and services to Veterans and their families. The new process gives Veterans choice and control, and all communications are written in plain language. The new Appeals Modernization process allows Veterans to seek faster resolution of their disagreement with a VA decision. If you receive an initial claim decision after February 2019 and you disagree, you can choose one of three new lanes to have your disagreement reviewed: as a supplemental claim, through a higher-level review, or by appealing directly to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals. The Appeals Modernization Act establishes a new decision review process for disagreements with VA decisions that is timely, transparent and fair.
  4. @MsAsya What a wonderful share. Thank you for letting us know how we helped, heed the words of @GeekySquid they are wise. Help a brother or sister out when you can and pass it on.
  5. Occasionally it becomes necessary for HadIt.com to come to the community to help raise funds. This is one of those occasions. A couple of things to keep in mind Financial contributions are never required, but always appreciated. NOT tax deductible, HadIt.com is NOT a non profit and any contribution you make is just a gift and cannot be deducted on your taxes. If you prefer to give through a subscription, you may subscribe here the rates are $5 per month or $50 per year and gives you an ad free experience on the forums. Thank you for your support!
  6. make sure to talk with your doctor so they taper you off to avoid any side effects
  7. this forum is designed for folks pursuing their Veterans Affairs claims for disability. I've provided information below to assist you. However, this is not the right forum for this discussion. read this article https://www.disabilityhappens.com/how-where-to-report-va-abuse-and-fraud/ it lists how to do it towards the end.
  8. @Indy_CV62_OS you are good to go now, so for the delay. I am behind.
  9. @63Charlie Guests on our podcasts are not endorsed by HadIt.com. We don't officially recommend any IMO doctors. As Berta said, I know Dr Bash had some issues, but he mostly certainly should have reimbursed you if he didn't provide the services you paid for. This is a matter between you and Dr Bash and you should address it with him.
  10. @TMannfish Wonderful news - thank you for sharing it with us.
  11. Make sure to redact any personal identifying information.
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