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tylerb333

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About tylerb333

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    E-4 Petty Officer 3rd Class
  • Birthday 07/01/1980

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    e-3 Airman

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  1. Quick question...I had an appeal in thinking it would take years to see through to the end.  I filed another tdiu claim nearly a year later with new evidence.   Then RAMP came out, and I won.  I was awarded tdiu with chapter 35.  Can the later comp claim revisit my tdiu p and t?  Or is it protected?   I file a request to drop the claim, and I sent the ramp decision in.  Do I have anything  to worry about?

  2. PTSD) Disability Benefits Questionnaire Name of patient/Veteran: Is this DBQ being completed in conjunction with a VA 21-2507, C&P Examination Request? [X] Yes [ ] No SECTION I: ---------- 1. Diagnostic Summary --------------------- Does the Veteran now have or has he/she ever been diagnosed with PTSD? [X] Yes [ ] No ICD Code: F43.10 2. Current Diagnoses -------------------- a. Mental Disorder Diagnosis #1: Antisocial p
  3. Can I site law in a letter submitted as evidence? The veteran was diagnosed with PTSD in prior C&P exams, the diagnosis has been carried forward by treatment providers, and by his report continues with sufficient symptoms for the diagnosis. Thus the diagnosis of PTSD continues, as likely as not due to events in military service. Antisocial personality disorder was present well before military service, so it is less likely as not caused by military events, and there is no evidence that this disor
  4. Gaston, it's been a while... I have a vocal rehab not feasible letter.  Pretty much the soc said can do sedentary work and will likely get better with treatment.   Well I went to said treatment, and I was discharged early for behavior.  They left me in Florida 1000 miles away from home they didn't help me find shelter I slept on the beach in on the streets for 8 days and I tried to commit suicide while is down there.  I'm currently in treatment now after another suicide attempt and I'm going to be going to a generic mental health treatment facility in a substance abuse facility, VA.

    Your thoughts!

  5. Yes I'm 70 percent with secondary substance use disorder. I have a total rating of 80 percent. The soc said I was able to follow direction, etc. And I would likely get better with treatment.
  6. Mt first c and p was favorable.  the subsequent one for tdiu was completed by a tyrant!  this lady acted like it was her money being handed out.  The clarification requested by the examiner was favorable(see thread)  also the 2nd examiner checked the in-person box.  She is in Maryland, and I am in Ohio.  Is this grounds for an appeal?  And what do you think about ramp?

  7. this was the clarfacation the BVA asked for, and the subsequent opinion: The veteran's use of opiates, cannabis, and alcohol began prior to service, thus current/recent use/abuse is not caused by an in-service related event. Given the veteran's consistent diagnosis and treatment of PTSD, and the frequency of relapse of substance use, it is as least as likely as not that his substance use (to include opioid use disorder) is aggravated beyond its natural progression by his PTSD symptoms. (this is in my favor) Per 3/15/2017 initial PTSD exam the veteran was di
  8. except, I was denied. You think I'd win in ramp? Ive got additional evidence...I've been hospitalized three times,. Once, in a lockdown ward/
  9. Denial...really? The veteran's use of opiates, cannabis, and alcohol began prior to service, thus current/recent use/abuse is not caused by an in-service related event. Given the veteran's consistent diagnosis and treatment of PTSD, and the frequency of relapse of substance use, it is as least as likely as not that his substance use (to include opioid use disorder) is aggravated beyond its natural progression by his PTSD symptoms. Per 3/15/2017 initial PTSD exam the veteran was diagnosed with PTSD, alcohol use disorder, cannabis use disorder, and opioid use disorder, all o
  10. is this in my favor? The veteran's use of opiates, cannabis, and alcohol began prior to service, thus current/recent use/abuse is not caused by an in-service related event. Given the veteran's consistent diagnosis and treatment of PTSD, and the frequency of relapse of substance use, it is as least as likely as not that his substance use (to include opioid use disorder) is aggravated beyond its natural progression by his PTSD symptoms.
  11. If a c and p examiner checked the box stating it was an in-person exam, and it was not. Is this good enough for appeal for remand or reversal?
  12. The last C and P examiner said this: The veteran's use of opiates, cannabis, and alcohol began prior to service, thus current/recent use/abuse is not caused by an in-service related event. Given the veteran's consistent diagnosis and treatment of PTSD, and the frequency of relapse of substance use, it is as least as likely as not that his substance use (to include opioid use disorder) is aggravated beyond its natural progression by his PTSD symptoms. The examiner was mistaken when they said I had used opiates prior to service. That is factually untrue. I had tried marijuana
  13. Note Title: SUICIDE BEHAVIOR REPORT Location: Chillicothe OH VAMC Signed By: HINES,JEENEE M Co-signed By: HINES,JEENEE M Date/Time Signed: 18 Jun 2018 @ 1007 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- LOCAL TITLE: SUICIDE BEHAVIOR REPORT STANDARD TITLE: SUICIDE RISK ASSESSMENT NOTE DATE OF NOTE: JUN 18, 2018@10:03 ENTRY DATE: JUN 18, 2018@10:04:06 AUTHOR: HINES,JEENEE M EXP COSIGNER:
  14. The aforementioned C and P examiner was a nightmare! There are horror stories about this woman. She acted like the benefits were coming out of her pocket. My initial C and P examiner's opinion was closer to the truth.
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