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Valhalla0321

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About Valhalla0321

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  1. Please Comment: My PTSD claim has been deferred, i have diagnosis and my MH with VA has connected ptsd as in service however i have a C&P outsourced in a couple of days- any suggestions please help me.
  2. This is good advice, My new claim of ptsd got deferred and i have another one of many i have already had CnP exam outsourced. I have been diagnosed years ago and taking medz, however VA asks for a lot more and even if you provide a couple records that show trauma they will still say then need something else.. i feel ya, im going through this to... And to make it more difficult .. my rep keeps saying " your maxed out" withdrawal your claim".. .aye yaye yaye..
  3. When i left in 99/2000 era they gave me my medical records so that being said i know how purging or non recording can happen back then. I'm not sure what your discharge was however Broncovet is right you will need an upgrade on that dd214. And yes, you need all 3 of what's mentioned and perhaps more. I myself waited almost 20 years to talk about my ptsd and when my Doctor created a nexus or diagnosed me i thought i could just file for ptsd based on that and other copious amounts of notes exams and records however the VA is strict, i still don't have enough proof yet.
  4. Valhalla0321

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    Very helpful question with a great explained answered.
  5. I'm not exact on this but i would be surprised that a VA hospital does not have a Neurologist or a resident Neurologist. In most case i have always seen several per one hospital with a chief neurologist as well being the head in charge. All it takes is calling your local VA and request Neurology department and BAM!
  6. Yes' all of that and all of the above/ ive heard many stories about ssa 'SSDI' some good and most difficult. And it all depends on the Judge and the Vocational expert how they see your records and can they find you doing a job of a ampule sealer(basically if they can find a job you can do then denied!) You can have ime, dbq's letter from cogressman you name it, what matters is your record has to be consistent to what you claim and any bumps in the road then the train stops. One very very important thing and that is get a lawyer if you don't know the law or don't want to know it very well. And find out what the EOL is like.. the end of life of your insurance with SSA ' yes when you apply for SSDI" if this is what your doing, from the time you submit that application you have 5 years and five years only before it expires and if your not approved by that time is up then there is no more left.
  7. Does your friend have a POA, i'm not quite sure if he would qualify for back pay.
  8. I hope that you get the answers you need on this status soon and before holidays most certainly would be a blessing.
  9. My last 5 exams have been outsourced, you all still getting it down at the VA?
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