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Vet Dog and wife

Second Class Petty Officers
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Vet Dog and wife last won the day on May 18

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About Vet Dog and wife

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    E-4 Petty Officer 3rd Class

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    USMC
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  1. My son and I finally got added as my husband’s beneficiaries without having to have SSNs because we are foreign citizens, and we live out of the country, But now CHAMPVA is saying we must have SSNs before we can apply. Does anyone have any information on this issue? Thank you
  2. my husband is currently rated 100% under diagnostic code 9304 (combined) for Dementia due to head trauma with mood disorder due to boxing in service and PTSD from July 1998. My husband filed a claim in 1980 due to headaches from boxing and getting hit in the head with a pickax. He was awarded 0% from April 1980, under 7805 OCCIPITAL AREA SCAR, SKULL (From pickax) He was (Denied) service connection for 8199 8100 for HEADACHES they said it was (Not Service Connected and Not Incurred/Caused by Service) they said, Headaches not found in service medical records. My husband has complained about migraine headaches since he got out of the military and his original claim was for headaches. In 1998 he filed a claim and was awarded 100% under diagnostic code 9304 combined for Dementia due to head trauma with mood disorder due to boxing in service and PTSD from July 1998. Is it possible to get the headaches connected to his boxing in service? Also, the 1998 claim was for reopening his original 1980 claim.
  3. My husband filed a claim in 1980 due to headaches from boxing and getting hit in the head with a pickax. He was awarded 0% from April 1980, under 7805 OCCIPITAL AREA SCAR, SKULL (From pickax) He was Denied service connection for 8199 8100 for HEADACHES they said it was (Not Service Connected and Not Incurred/Caused by Service) Headaches not found in service medical records. My husband has complained about migraine headaches since he got out of the military and his original claim was for headaches. In 1998 he filed a claim and was awarded 100% under diagnostic code 9304 combined for Dementia due to head trauma with mood disorder due to boxing in service and PTSD from July 1998. Is it possible to get the headaches connected to his boxing in service? Also, the 1998 claim was for reopening his original 1980 claim.
  4. Hi Vet Dog and wife, Thank you for your donation of $10.00. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks Veterans Affairs Disability Compensation Benefits Forums - HadIt.com Veterans
  5. Thanks for helping so many people, Hadit.
  6. he joined the Marines when he was 17, and was never able to pay into the system due to his disabilities
  7. Thank you so much
  8. Will do Berta, and thanks for all your help
  9. Hi Berta, we talked to DR Bash last night for a few minutes. He was very nice and sounded helpful, but we did not understand exactly what he was saying. I am very hearing impaired and the connection wasn't that good. I emailed him what you said, and he said he agreed. we think he said he may contact you. he said he would help, no problem. we also sent him my husband's c-file after our conversation he sent two emails concerning what you said: Abc cue is great way to go ! New psych guy Dr Dennis is better Thanks again
  10. Going to reorganize his C=file documents and post later
  11. I posted everything I could find in his file about that, but I am new to all of this. I will look through his C-file again and see if I missed anything, but I think he forgot to follow through and may have also been homeless at the time. Thanks for your help
  12. Hi Berta, I am not listed as a dependent yet, but working on it.
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