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RyanE

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About RyanE

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  • Service Connected Disability
    60%
  • Branch of Service
    Combat Engineer Army
  1. IMO, if you have your medical records from active duty that have complaints of sleep issues and it is documented from your time on active duty and you currently have sleep issues (regardless of what they are now) you should apply again and submit all available evidence. It would probably benefit you to talk to your sleep Dr. and show them your military records and have him correlated the beginning of your sleep issues to the problems you have now and put it in a letter for you as to relate the beginning of symptoms to your current conditions and submit that letter along with your evidence. I
  2. Hi, I have been rated at 30% for PTSD since 2005 (60% total). In 2015 I lost my job and after a year social security found me eligible for social security disability benefits based on PTSD. I have not worked since. In 2018 I filed a claim for increases on several things but not for PTSD. At the same time, I was trying to get the VA to add depressive order to my list of service-connected items as I had the diagnosis for it. The VA then re-evaluated me for PTSD and said I was still at 30% and denied all my increases. I had never told the VA or the rater about social security finding me disabled
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