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FlyboyLeRoy

Second Class Petty Officers
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About FlyboyLeRoy

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    E-4 Petty Officer 3rd Class
  • Birthday 07/26/1990

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    E3
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    Florida

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  • Service Connected Disability
    30
  • Branch of Service
    USAF

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  1. The website still says an average of 125, but if you read the BVA workload report it breaks them all down by regional office and tells you how many AMA claims they complete per month and year. Also,how many remain followed by the average completion time per office. It's hard to read at first, but once you understand it, it's not too bad.
  2. That would be correct. My HLR was filed March 12, 2020, but I looked up today and found that the average HLR timeline is 69 days. All evidence is there and clearly shows the requires are met according to the CFR. I'll be disappointed if this needs to go any further, but i wont be surprised.
  3. Good info, thanks! My initial claim is solid and all evidence needed for a case was presented, but the employee let their opinion decide rather than the facts. Thanks again.
  4. I wasn't against the Supplemental but my vso said it should be fine. All they were requesting was proof of inservice stressors whch per their cfr criteria, all legal paperwork needed was attached and clear. Therefor, we agreed on the HLR. The reviewer used his.her opinion rather than actually reading the evidence that shows nexus, dbq(s), and c&p exam. All info attached was favorable and had a buddy letter too. I wasn't against the Supplemental but my vso said it should be fine. All they were requesting was proof of inservice stressors whch per their cfr criteria, all legal paperwork needed was attached and clear. Therefor, we agreed on the HLR. The reviewer used his.her opinion rather than actually reading the evidence that shows nexus, dbq(s), and c&p exam. All info attached was favorable and had a buddy letter too.
  5. It currently just shows its being reviewed by a DRO ands shows it open. It doesnt give it an estimate or steps, so far, like other claims/appeals.
  6. Just filed a Higher level review 3/12/2020 with a decision denial with clear evidence and all things needed per cfr 38 for mental health. I am wondering anyone else who has used this route and had look or insight? Time frame? Good experience? My vso said a cue can take a year or so and it's not worth that route, so we just did a HLR with no new evidence and showed them where they were wrong on their OPINIONATED decision. Thanks for your time.
  7. I know ebenefits isnt accurate, but im wondering if they give a proposed timeline for completion like they do for a regular claim. My HLR was filed 3/12/20 and im curios on that and anyone else who filed one too, thanks.
  8. They did state that they could not confirm the events through the JSSR, but its still irrelevant since i have a buddy letter and a diagnoses from c&p exam, va doc, and private doc. There's articles on the situation that can be found and my orders show that i was there during these incidents, so i dont understand where their heads is. I like the idea of a CUE, ill reach out to my VSO and see what he thinks and or if it would affect my current HLR also. Thank you.
  9. The buddy letter reads on ebenefits as being part of the viewed evidence, so i'd assume that means it was read, but we know how that works too. I was not in combat. I'm going to look into filing a CUE since there does appear to be a clear mistake on this situation.
  10. My buddy letter was attached and has all of his contact info and shows as being submitted on Ebenefits. It clearly must have been ignored Or never read. Since this claim I saw a va doctor who has diagnosed me with the same. I’m interested to see the outcome now.
  11. There was a buddy statement and it’s included in the evidence attached. With all contact info and a clear description of issues and all needed in service. However, this rater states a cp exam wasn’t warranted even with a credible letter, therefor my Claim is denied. Makes no sense and goes against all of their laws.
  12. Good to know, thanks. I didn't have a VA diagnosis initially, but after my initial claim is when i had my VA exam which also agreed with the other two nexus/dbqs. Initially I did not have a VA pysch appointment: however, after this claim and before my appeal I did have a va pysch appointment which stated the same as my other 2 dbqs/nexuses.
  13. Mental health claim denied even with a private dbq/nexus & c&p exam nexus/dbq that are both favorable and agreed upon diagnoses. Attached is my appeal for higher level review. How does it look to you?
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