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Poopsy Woopsy

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About Poopsy Woopsy

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    wife of LCPL Marines
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    Don's interest were his family.. PTSD kept him from having any friends. He did everything with his family and me. I didn't mind. He had a moving business and loved to drive cross country. Collected "Oldies & Goodies" and was very good at pool. and pinoccle cards. Loved his garden, green fried tomatoes and iced tea every day but most of all he loved "ME".

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    making them pay, VA

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  1. Clynch726 I am working on my husbands claim for TDIU and came accross you asking for anyone who was at Kadena in Okinawa. My husband (now deceased. Killed by VA negligence) was both in VietNam (Blue water, on ship) AND in Kadena some time between 69 - 71. He had both DMII, IHD and PN. I am currently trying to get his claims through from before he had passed. If you have gotten any evidence towards Kadena, It would also be helpful to me.. Side Note: he was also in the proper time frame for Camp LeJeun contamination. I hope you are making progress!! I am very aware of the pain and ho
  2. Geeky Squid: cannot answer such a complex issue. Its like they do that so you are sure to make a wrong filing or other mistake and takes the heat off of their mistake..Just wanted you to know, I hope you find a clear answer so you can move forward.. I am rooting for the Veteran!!
  3. I agree Broncovet and Buck52 I just now need to decide whether I want to go to the hearing or send In my request to have a decision of case made. Thank You Jentlemen P.S. (Venting) How in the hell is it legal or right to make a veteran "Fight" for what was promised before he gave his commitment to the military! It should be the VA that should defend the Veteran!! There in lies the problem! A shameful disgrace.
  4. Dear Sir RSM-ESQ Thank you for making the reason for a BVA hearing Very Clear. that was very helpful!! If I have already sent in medical info, supporting evidence and first hand concise nexus documentation Do i still have an opportunity (Or need to) expound on such information through my BVA.. Would it be redundant at this point? or even admissible? Thank you for your commitment
  5. Thank you all very much!! I agree with, "Dont go before the board on your own". (If they can "Get ya" they will) BUT you must know that Im not sure I should even be going before the board..(and I have the opportunity to change that) My VSO said it's because I can give more evidence if needed (VA sent me a letter stating that I could change my going before the board decision if I wanted or change representation too) I think by going before the board I am drawing out something that would have been completed with just the admission of some evidence they requested. Going before the board seems
  6. Thank you GeekySquad for your time and your answer! So are you saying, go ahead and go before the board on my own and then seek professional assistance if the outcome renders a denial? or can I just pay for someone to "look over" my statement of case and all that I have put together so far before I go before the judge? Would a lawyer assist me in an evaluation basis of what I have put together without wanting to represent me in the case? I am extremely leary of everyone and there so called "Help". after the ordeals we encountered at the VA.. (The very people who were supose to have the
  7. Hi Berta and all who have given me advice.. Well my VSO sent in my 25pg. document that was (In my opinion) very thorough and complete. with names, dates, times, negligence, abuse, and bias, in a "Very" concise and easily read document. I felt I left no rock unturned: as they say! I even stated posibility of AO, so they couldn't void that possibility. (That was a prevous claim , now a possibility under new Blue Water evidence.) My VSO said it was best to ask for a "Board Appeal Hearing" I don't know if that was the best option, but if we can't assume that at least for filing puroses they w
  8. Just one more "Quick Question! If all those diseases they gave him SC, Granted as contributory, (on VA's Death Decision letter) how come he doesn't have a rating for them ? They have been claimed before! Lost again!! Thanks Berta. I am so sorry you went through so much. Especially when I have a really good idea of it all..
  9. Hi Berta Sounds like we have a lot in common!! your last note made me sad then mad!! Why oh why are our Vets being treated like "Dirt" at the VA.. It's unconscionable !!!! I have right now 8 stories I'm sending in to show proof of worsening of his PTSD!! to be able to get TDIU. They are stories of horrible neglect and shameful incidents from Dr's and people at the VA here in Washington State. I believe they will no longer need that evidence if I just send in the SSI info, (I just spent all morning at the SS office and got a clear answer this time.. So I am pretty sure t
  10. Thank you Berta, deeply for your extensive information.. It is very much appreciated. I have printed out all your information so I can go over it and see what I need to do. Like you, I have done so much work on this already that I would like to finish with it. Hopefully I wont be my own worst enemy. I will never be at your caliber of knowledge but your information surely brought me up a notch. I got my husband 70% Ptsd the "First time around" (Some VA people told me I was lying and said that wasn't possible) I hope that is not what is giving me false hope!! I believe I understand enoug
  11. Good morning Berta and guys! Here are a couple more answers to questions you asked Berta.. (please forgive me if I make things confusing, Just know I "REALLY" appreciate your help!) Anyway! You asked If Vet had any NSC ratings.. "NO". thats where I get confused Why was he not rated for all he was being seen for at the VA!! (or was he and I just didn't know, don't they tell you? ) I did read in some of his medical files where they state information pertaining to the vet and they mention in the notes about his prior Heart issues and said they were NSC. does that mean he was ra
  12. I am sory if I am not clear: will state some obvious my husband was 70% for PTSD his death certificate was causative for CHF, COPD, PF, Coronary Artery disease. All non VA. They granted DIC and said: WE have determined that you are entitled to both DIC and death pension. They opted to give me DIC with getting ChampVA. Service connection for cause of death is granted. (does this mean that everthing on the death certificate is now SC?. they looked at cardiologists statement that stated: It is my opinion that his cause of death likely was due to a ventricular arrhythmic event lead
  13. Hi guys Berta Cant you distinguish a stressor from the "worsening of PTSD? that is what they are asking for. I had to show the worsening of his related claim.. Has the PTSD worsened thus getting TDIU? The first paper states the denial and the second states that the claim for individual unemployability is "RE-OPENED! and yes my husband was 70% for PTSD. It makes sense that you wouldn't want to re-hash stressors. but like I said the stressors related to him getting PTSD would be different from the (after his military time where the original stressers were from) stressors that I w
  14. I think I will still go ahead and file my NOD with all that I presented to them because I can always file a CUE if I can find relevancy for it.. Back to the "Grind" hoping for finality soon. At least for now!!
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