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  1. Vet Dog and wife

    PTSD/TBI, Headaches, and bad back

    Thank you very very much for all your help. this is all so confusing for both of us, but my husband has very caring Psychologist and VSO, but his VSO wants my husband back in the US ASAP so he can better aid my husband with his claims
  2. Vet Dog and wife

    PTSD/TBI, Headaches, and bad back

    My husband is still at the psychiatric hospital. will hopefully get out in a couple days. His doctors said they would write any letter or DBQs to verify his need for my full-time help, his migraines headaches, his PTSD, His TBI, and any other issues he is suffering from. could I get some help as to where to go from here, what kind of letters he needs, and what DBQ he needs? one psychiatrist feels he can separate my husbands TBI from His PTSD. all the doctors agree that my husband should go back to the United States ASAP due to his need for Medical care at the VA. thank you all so much for all your help
  3. Vet Dog and wife

    PTSD/TBI, Headaches, and bad back

    My husband is still at the psychiatric hospital. will hopefully get out in a couple days. His doctors said they would write any letter or fill out any DBQs to verify his need for my full-time help, his migraine headaches, his PTSD, His TBI, and any other issues he is suffering from. could I get some help as to where to go from here, what kind of letters he needs, and what DBQ he needs? One psychiatrist feels he can separate my husbands TBI from His PTSD. all the doctors agree that my husband should go back to the United States ASAP due to his need for Medical care at the VA. Any help is much appreciated thank you all so much for all your help
  4. Vet Dog and wife

    PTSD/TBI, Headaches, and bad back

    we put everything that looked important ~Thank you all
  5. Vet Dog and wife

    PTSD/TBI, Headaches, and bad back

    Dr. Goodman's and Mother's Letters
  6. Vet Dog and wife

    PTSD/TBI, Headaches, and bad back

    Dr. Goodman's letter
  7. Vet Dog and wife

    PTSD/TBI, Headaches, and bad back

    Yes, we have an excellent VSO. Documents from My husbands VA claims file. 1. A statement made by my husband's sergeant while in the Marines. 2. C&P examiners Dr. Brockhoff report. Dr. Goodman's report is listed. 3. Rating Decision. Dr. Godmans report is not listed. 4. Mother's Letter
  8. Vet Dog and wife

    PTSD/TBI, Headaches, and bad back

    My husband is still in the psychiatric hospital due to PTSD and suicide issues. He will be out in a few days, I hope I will upload the other requested documents in a few days. My Husband was a Marine boxer He is a 100 percent, permanently and totally, Service-connected, disabled veteran. In 1980 My husband opened a claim and was rated 0% service-connected for a scar from getting hit in the head with a pick-ax. He was given a 0% rating for occipital area scar, skull. code 7805 (according to his service medical records, his scar is from a blow to the head with a pickax while serving in the Marines.) In 1997, he reopened his claim and received 100% P&T VA service-connected compensation. He was rated totally and permanently 100% disabled with TBI. He also has PTSD, which is service connected and is combined under his TBI. This combined rating falls under his TBI rating. His 100% rating is service connected. Found in his Claims-File: The VA said that on 07/29/1998 my husband was awarded 100% Service Connected, permanently and totally for dementia due to head trauma with mood disorder and PTSD code 9304. In his 1980 claim, he was denied service connection for headaches because he hadn’t provided evidence. Matthew filed a notice of disagreement (in 1981?) but, as always, my husband never followed through, nor was he mentally capable. Nor did the veteran’s service officer work hard to file a complete and proper disability claim. (This claim was again lacking most of Matthew’s problems.) Along with his cognitive and emotional issues, his family says he may have been homeless, jobless, separated from his wife, and having marital problems at the time. His C-File and VA medical records show that he has also been diagnosed with Dementia pugilistica, TBI, PTSD, severe depression, generalized anxiety disorder My husband never got a rating for Migraines because he never got a letter from a doctor. He does not have a rating for PTSD, but the VA recognizes that he is service connected for PTSD. He never got a letter like this https://abcnews.go.com/US/va-admits-25000-veterans-received-improper-brain-injury/story?id=39734423 The VSO believes my husband may qualify 100% for TBI and 60% or higher for PTSD, migraine headaches back to 1980. SMC A&A back to 1998 for CUE. Thank you for all your help for my husband
  9. Hello, I have posted on this subject in the past. We are still living abroad. We have a psychologist, a physiatrist, a neurologist, and a general practitioner that are wanting to help my husband with his VA claim. These doctors said they would write letters and fill out any necessary DBQs, and they asked me to what I needed and to bring any forms to them, and they will get it done. Could anyone let me know exactly what I need to do from here? Some doctors agree that my husband is severely disabled for both TBI and PTSD. they also agreed that he needs daily aid and attendance. My husband had to be admitted to the hospital due to his PTSD and will be there for a few more days. My husband is a 100 percent, permanently and totally, Service-connected, disabled veteran. In 1980 he opened a claim and was rated 0% service-connected for a scar for occipital area scar, skull. code 7805 (according to his service medical records, his scar is from a blow to the head with a pickax while serving in the Marines.) During his time in the marines, he was a full-time boxer. In his 1980 claim, my husband was denied service connection for headaches because he hadn’t provided evidence. He filed a notice of disagreement (in 1981?) but, as always, he never followed through, nor was he mentally capable. Nor did the veteran’s service officer work hard to file a complete and proper disability claim. (This claim was again lacking most of my husband’s problems.) Along with his cognitive and emotional issues, we believe my husband may have been homeless, jobless, separated from his wife, and having marital problems at the time. In 1997, My husband reopened his claim and received 100% P&T VA service-connected compensation, and he was rated totally and permanently 100% disabled with TBI; he also has service-connected PTSD, which is combined under his TBI. This combined rating falls under his TBI rating. His 100% rating is service connected. His C-File and VA medical records show that he has also been diagnosed with Dementia pugilistica, TBI, PTSD, severe depression, generalized anxiety disorder, debilitating headaches, hearing problems and tinnitus, stiff neck, stiff and sore hands, and sore feet, his ankles sometimes fail, he has lower back issues, and other problems. Most of these issues were listed by the nurse when he was discharged, but the doctor threw the documents in the trash. Found in my husband's Claims-File: The VA said that on 07/29/1998 my husband was awarded 100% Service Connected, permanently and totally for dementia due to head trauma with mood disorder and PTSD code 9304. We were told by Berta and others that we need to get separate ratings for his TBI and PTSD. Since he is already rated for PTSD and TBI what DBQ do we use? What does the letter need to say for a proper separation? He also suffers from severe migraine headaches several times a month cause him to stay in bed. Does he just need a DBQ for his headaches or also a letter, and from what kind of doctor? Any other advice would be much appreciated. Thank you again for all Your help
  10. Christopher Lopez, veterans services officer and his staff are for real http://slocountybusinessmatters.com/2018/07/county-creates-mobile-office-to-aid-veterans/
  11. Yes, My son and I are Polish, but we live in Cyprus. we will figure out how I can take over as fiduciary ASAP. Thanks again for your help Buck
  12. Still waiting for our US visa's, Get hearing aids, and improve my English a bit first. but that is our plan after we arrive in the US and get settled in
  13. My husband wanted DR Bash too Do An (IMO)and (IME) and My husband’s fiduciary said he will have to ask the VA first before he can pay for this. He also said my husband should just get free C&P exams. Can the VA go against my husband’s wishes to hire Dr. Bash? Thank you for your help as always, it is much appreciated
  14. Vet Dog and wife

    athletic heart syndrome

    Thank you very much for the info
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