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Hammer46

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About Hammer46

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    E-3 Seaman
  • Birthday September 15

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  • Service Connected Disability
    40%
  • Branch of Service
    USN

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  1. Was told by Peggy toll free 1000 last week, that my claim or case is at the RO waiting on someone to sign off ,She said your in step 5 going into step 6 . I'm thinking retro or Rating too. STEP #5: Preparation for Decision: STEP #6: Pending Decision Approval:
  2. May 16, 2014 – December 17, 2019 VA sent you a claim decision on May 16, 2014 VA received your Notice of Disagreement on May 12, 2015 VA sent you a Statement of the Case on July 11, 2016 VA recieved your Form 9 on August 18, 2016 Your appeal was sent to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals on August 28, 2017 You attended a hearing with a Veterans Law Judge on April 05, 2019 Board of Veterans’ Appeals made a decision on December 17, 2019 Appeal received May 2015 Up to date as of January 16, 2020, at 9:53 p.m. ET Status Issues Issues Currently on appeal Remand Increased rating, Lumbosacral or cervical strain Increased rating, Eczema 100% rating for individual unemployability Closed Granted Service connection, Major depressive disorder
  3. May 16, 2014 – December 17, 2019 VA sent you a claim decision on May 16, 2014 VA received your Notice of Disagreement on May 12, 2015 VA sent you a Statement of the Case on July 11, 2016 VA recieved your Form 9 on August 18, 2016 Your appeal was sent to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals on August 28, 2017 You attended a hearing with a Veterans Law Judge on April 05, 2019 Board of Veterans’ Appeals made a decision on December 17, 2019 Current status The Board made a decision on your appeal The Board of Veterans’ Appeals sent you a decision on your appeal. Here’s an overview: Granted The judge granted the following issue: Service connection, Major depressive disorder If this decision changes your disability rating or your eligibility for VA benefits, you should see this change made in 1 to 2 months.
  4. I hope my success story encourages someone out there to keep fighting and to never give up for what you have already earned. Take care and have a blessed day!! Good never give up the fight with the VA. Great Job.
  5. Thank you, it's something to hold on too every case not the same, but info helps a lot.
  6. Your appeal is at the Board of Veterans’ Appeals, waiting to be sent to a Veterans Law Judge. Staff at the Board will make sure your case is complete, accurate, and ready to be decided by a judge. How long until a judge is ready for your appeal? Your appeal is Advanced on the Docket. This could be because you are older than 75, because you are suffering a serious illness or are in financial distress, or for other sufficient cause. Advanced on the Docket appeals are prioritized so that they’re always at the front of the line. Your appeal will be sent to a judge as soon as it’s ready for their review.
  7. Appeal received May 2015 Up to date as of August 28, 2019, at 2:56 p.m. ET May 16, 2014 – April 05, 2019 VA sent you a claim decision on May 16, 2014 VA received your Notice of Disagreement on May 12, 2015 VA sent you a Statement of the Case on July 11, 2016 VA recieved your Form 9 on August 18, 2016 Your appeal was sent to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals on August 28, 2017 You attended a hearing with a Veterans Law Judge on April 05, 2019 Current status Your appeal is waiting to be sent to a judge Your appeal is at the Board of Veterans’ Appeals, waiting to be sent to a Veterans Law Judge. Staff at the Board will make sure your case is complete, accurate, and ready to be decided by a judge. How long until a judge is ready for your appeal? Your appeal is Advanced on the Docket. This could be because you are older than 75, because you are suffering a serious illness or are in financial distress, or for other sufficient cause. Advanced on the Docket appeals are prioritized so that they’re always at the front of the line. Your appeal will be sent to a judge as soon as it’s ready for their review.
  8. on my Vet.gov page no docket count anymore only this How long until a judge is ready for your appeal? Your appeal is Advanced on the Docket. This could be because you are older than 75, because you are suffering a serious illness or are in financial distress, or for other sufficient cause. Advanced on the Docket appeals are prioritized so that they’re always at the front of the line. Your appeal will be sent to a judge as soon as it’s ready for their review. Up to date as of August 23, 2019, at 9:10 a.m. ET What happens next? From Vet.gov call BVA 8/19/19 told me my case was in storage or review storage with no time line . whats next how long if anything my other sufficient cause worsting .
  9. One of my highest priorities is assisting you with your own individual concerns. In Congress this is referred to usually as casework. Casework can come in all forms depending on your needs. But where I can especially assist you is with questions and concerns relating to our federal government and agencies. Just some examples are issues receiving Social Security or Medicare benefits, difficulties with visa and other immigration applications, and questions on veterans benefits. Although I cannot mandate a particular result or override a decision of a federal agency, I can often assist in answering questions, finding solutions, cutting through red tape, and just ensuring that you receive a fair and timely response to your concern. And often, through my casework, I am able to identify areas where procedures or the underlying law should be changed. To assist you with your concern, please begin our casework process by: Completing as much of the online form below as possible. Completing and returning a Privacy Release Form . The Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. § 552a) requires that Members of Congress have written authorization before they can discuss your case with a federal agency, so completing this form is an essential part of the process. Preparing to discuss your case with my staff, including gathering all the key documents. My staff will reach out to you with any questions and next steps. PLEASE NOTE: Congressional ethics rules require that in most cases I can only undertake casework for my actual constituents, meaning residents of Hawaii’s First Congressional District (O’ahu from Makapu’u Point through urban Honolulu to Mililani and down through Waipahu and ‘Ewa Beach/Kapolei/Ko Olina to Kahe Point). If you live elsewhere in Hawai’i, I may have to ask you instead to contact Senators Schatz and Hirono and Representative Gabbard for assistance. This is specific to casework: my commitment remains to assist Hawai’i overall whenever and however I can and to welcome and reply to questions, comments and input from all Hawai’i residents.
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