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BakerGeckos

Second Class Petty Officers
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BakerGeckos last won the day on June 10

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About BakerGeckos

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    E-4 Petty Officer 3rd Class

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  • Military Rank
    E4 - SGT
  • Location
    Ellsworth AFB

Previous Fields

  • Service Connected Disability
    90%
  • Branch of Service
    Air Force
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    GeoCaching

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  1. I certified to bva in 2014 hearing in 2015 and award 3 of 4 with 4th remanded in 2018
  2. Hi BakerGeckos, Thank you for your donation! We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks Tbird/Veterans Affairs Disability Compensation Benefits Forums - HadIt.com Veterans
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    Regional Office And C&p

    Well I am reporting back took this to The BVA and 5 years from start to ruling I won my case. Now back to RO to rate....
  4. BakerGeckos

    Regional Office And C&p

    SSOC Issued I guess It's off to the BVA - Wish me luck. I hope it doesn't take the time I think it will be oh well....Hurry UP and Wait is the game.
  5. BakerGeckos

    Regional Office And C&p

    I guess but the statement I saw wasn't favorable
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    41 Years Of Retro Under Cue

    Wow is about all I can say..
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    Regional Office And C&p

    I realize I should have gone to a specialist but around here there are like 6 or 7 and none are willing to write one without being a regular patient. My old doctor is a board certified internalist for 35+ years. In this case we are dealing with liver issues that's SC'ed aggravating or causing Diabetes Type 2. If you search the Web and published articles NAFLD and NASH can cause diabetes but the doctors here deny it.....In fact I believe the lay evidence I submitted is your three times more likely to get diabetes and/or insulin resistance that later results in Diabetes. My old doctor agreed and wrote a medical opinion after all he did all my workup on my liver and later my DM until his retirement. I hope it's enough it's all I got right now and no where else to go in town without trying to get a IMO somewhere else at some distance away...
  8. I did the blue button today and see that the regional office consulted C&P to discredit the IMO I got from my now retired primary care doctor who's now practicing at a local area clinic... C&P done without my knowledge is trying to use two other doctors from specialty clinics to discredit the now retired VA doctor's opinion .... I have filed my form 9 with his IMO so I have a feeling I'll be getting a SSOC and certified for BVA....
  9. Effective 9/4/14 10/1/14 first payment 11/1, 12/14 and 1/1/15 so three months back pay is what I would expect..
  10. Usually yes goes to your date of request for increase.
  11. I voted I don't use it as I view the site on a mobile device and don't see it...
  12. Everything is rated separately but it's when VA math kicks in they add them all up sounds like 50% then take 10% of that and it gets added to the scheduled ratings....you never see the "Bilateral factor" in the sheets but it may be there....someone else may jump in but that's how I see understand it..
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    C & P Gone Wrong

    Ok here are the rules and to be honest I didn't know the 5 year rule... 5 year rule: If the rating has been in effect for 5 years, it cannot be reduced unless your condition has improved on a sustained basis (The VA must have documentation supporting this is a permanent improvement). 10 year rule: A service connected disability rating cannot be terminated if it has been in effect for 10 years. Compensation can bereduced if evidence exists that the condition has improved. The sole exception is if the VA can prove fraud, in which case the VA can terminate the benefits. 20 year rule: If the rating has been in effect for 20 years, it cannot be reduced below the lowest rating it has held for the previous 20 years. The only exception is if the VA can prove fraud. 100% rule: The VA must prove your medical situation has materially improved and as a result, you are able to perform substantial work
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    C & P Gone Wrong

    And the 20 year rule is the one where they can't reduce your rating you have held for 20 years...
  15. BakerGeckos

    C & P Gone Wrong

    PR I thought that was the 10 year rule...
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