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DebbieS118

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  1. Ptsd claim

    On Jan 16, we went to the local veterans regional center to find out what was going on. We asked for a copy of his c files. They said they are on a disk now and have to be mailed. We asked if there was anyway we could just look at them. They said no. Also asked why he received letter stating the information he send in was considered new evidence and the denial letter said there was no new evidence. Their response was when the evidence was first reviewed it looked like new evidence. After going to the rater, they determined it was not. The representative said they probably didn’t even look at the evidence because it was a new dbq. A dbq was previously sent in a year ago.Therefore it is not considered new evidence. Does this make sense? He did sign up with DAV. Maybe they can tell us exactly what is needed.
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    We filed claim for PTSD/alcoholism
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    Thank you all for your responses and advice. We do have a year to reopen the claim. I just don’t understand what more the VA wants. We have send in everything they requested. He has a diagnosis of PTSD from a psychologist and a VA psychiatrist. The psychiatrist had him on medication for PTSD.
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    So I just filed a 21-4138 to get a copy of his c-file. Does anyone know anything about a fire in 1973 that destroyed all records at the National Archives
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    Thank you all for your responses and advice. We do have a year to reopen the claim. I just don’t understand what more the VA wants. We have send in everything they requested. He has a diagnosis of PTSD from a psychologist and a VA psychiatrist. The psychiatrist had him on medication for PTSD.
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    I will scan everything I have when I get a chance. I am the one doing all the work on this claim bc husband said he doesn’t know how to do it.
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    I am so ready to give this whole thing up.
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    Berta, Yes it was denied twice. No it was not a C&P exam. It was a psychologist recommended to him. His practice is family psychologists. He does contract work for the VA. He has never even been sent for a C&P exam.
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    So that could be part of the problem?
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    How do we get an accurate DD 214
  11. Ptsd claim

    He enlisted for two years in active Duty in Marines. Then 4 years reserves. His total obligation was 6 years.
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    His Dd214 doesn’t specify Okinawa just says overseas 9 months 28 days. Very blurry though
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    Berta You are so right. I’ve been married to him for 40 years and only after he became sober 5 years ago I am hearing little events about it. He still doesn’t really say to much about it. We believe he was holding it all in bc of alcohol. It wasn’t until after he started seeing a psychologist that all this came out hence the reason why it took so long to file a claim
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