mos1833

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  1. you go girl. if you can jab um once for me.i wish i could help others as much as you'ved helped this vet. ( me ) so thank you once more.
  2. ocdmarine thanks for your service. the word ; may ' in a doctors opinion will get the claim denied. if you can ? ask him or her - to write a new report ,explain the va dont except that word in any opinion. if you can do that ,, have the opinion to say ( are connected to your disibilty ) you'll win.
  3. If benefits are awarded , buck52 i guess this explains my question, if benifits are awarded ?? none were , i had two remands with the same law firm ,for the same issues i think ?one was for vcaa . and one because they didnt have all my records. so i was thinking now that i lost that case on remand and its final ,will it be hard for another attorney to accept my re-opening claim again for the same issue ? because of $13.000 minus whats left of any retro.remaining. thanks i;am not new here.... just stupid
  4. broncovet does that apply to joint remands.?and regular remands.i got nothing , my attorney collected over $ 13.000. i this post is not allowed here in this theread . please move it ,i dont want to still someone elses post . thanks
  5. gastone i dont have a copy of that yet, this is a long standing claim. all denied before because of this misdiagnosis, thats why i was thrilled. thanks
  6. well talk about being confused ? i just had a nice visit with my primary care physican,i have had her for about a year. long story short,,, i ask why my recent x-ray report stated my back condition did not show any amonalys (( defects )) noted. she said its because you dont have any >>>> hu ,, i said but i have a congenital vertebrae she said no you dont,and the records (x-rays ) proves it . well i told her the va said i did and denied my back claim due to the law , she said i dont know any thing about va law i;am a doctor and you dont have a defect in you vertebrae, so now what ? i cant file a cue on a misdiagnosis,which was first diagnosied in 1984. and guess what '''' her nurse got on the computer and down loaded a dbq and she had me do some test , and said good by for now. here nurse said she would call me when the doctor finished the paper work, so i left. what do yall think ?? is it to early to start dreaming again. thanks all
  7. well talk about being confused ? i just had a nice visit with my primary care physican,i have had her for about a year. long story short,,, i ask why my recent x-ray report stated my back condition did not show any amonalys (( defects )) noted. she said its because you dont have any >>>> hu ,, i said but i have a congenital vertebrae she said no you dont,and the records (x-rays ) proves it . well i told her the va said i did and denied my back claim due to the law , she said i dont know any thing about va law i;am a doctor and you dont have a defect in you vertebrae, so now what ? i cant file a cue on a misdiagnosis,which was first diagnosied in 1984. and guess what '''' her nurse got on the computer and down loaded a dbq and she had me do some test , and said good by for now. here nurse said she would call me when the doctor finished the paper work, so i left. what do yall think ?? is it to early to start dreaming again. thanks all
  8. that is one of the many 95-42 640 claims , i got this number which was another vets claim number, at the same time ?? he used it twice , the rest are me. any way i told the r.o. that i never filed for workmans comp, and told them the address of the company they requested, all this on the phone, so it was taken care of .no opinion has discussed my claim using 82-90 , my medical records show from the first x-ray ( changes ) related to my back condition. my first x-ray in 1984 just stated = osteoarthritis related to the anomaly which were pointed out to be ( changes ) oh' i dont know if it matters or not but 82-90 is retroactive according to ( O'bryan v. mcdonald ) in 1984 the dr. didnt even give a nexus opinion, the only evidence against my claim was the interpretation of the x-ray made by the board which had a doctor on it , but no body signed it .even then they said i had osteoarthritis in my back but denied it because it was related to a defect ,and denied any presumpatives regulations. thanks
  9. berta, its a request for the va to reconsider my back claim using the correct law and regulations . they said i was not intitled to benefits because my back injury was a defect and not a desease, so if they use 82-90 it would provide a sc rating ,there is a lot more to 82-90 , but its clear they never considered what the regulation calls for. thanks
  10. berta , insen't there a presumption list to help with this type of exposure claim.
  11. if i file a cue , can i call it a fdc type of claim, all the proof is already in my file.
  12. if i file a cue , can i call it a fdc type of claim, all the proof is already in my file.
  13. bronco , you are right ,i was haveing a bad day when i saw your reply to rose/ and i guess i just figured , you were trying to divert ,from my topic , sorry , rose bronco is one of the best here , hadit is the best , listen to bronco.
  14. bronco , i dont understand why you;de say that . after all i was hopeing for others to compare what happened to them to what happened to me,why is this topic wrong ?? never mind ''' thanks rose it will work out in your favor ,just keep on keeping on.