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About Jangs1963

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  1. I sure hope so. It seems like this CUE is taking forever. And thank you once again for all your help. I refer all vets here.
  2. No. It was a motor vehicle accident wherein I injured my back and neck . I’m not claiming PTSD.
  3. Has anyone filed a CUE and watched the status? I filed the cue and they asked for a summary of what, where, when etc. did accident occur. I gave summary. Then status JSRRC - no longer needed; then secondary review - no longer needed; MSR review - no longer needed. Is this the normal process for a cue? I read a lot here on cue but this never came up.
  4. Berta, I want to thank you for your assistance in my CUE claim. I did everything you said. So, I faxed everything in on 12/16/19. On 01/25/20 it moved to evidence gathering etc. then I received correspondence as for all the details of the accident. Which I wrote a summary of the dates places and what occurred. I downloaded it on 02/4/20. It is showing they received. On 03/10/20, it indicates “we closed the notice of request 1.” Which is showing request 1 as JSRRC Coordinator Review. No longer needed. Does that mean VA received info on my accident from JSRRC? Looking at the projected completion date, it is showing August 2nd. Does that seem like a long time to decide the CUE? I had no idea what JSRRC was until I researched it. Which to me seems like the hidden black book of information that we never get to see.
  5. No, they did not address the remand. I’m going to do an IRIS. This decision makes no sense.
  6. But doesn’t the RO have to address the judges remand?the SOC was dated January 7, 2019. I never received it until the end of March. That is why I filed the 9 to appeal. Timely filed the NOD. But, when I received the SOC , I just figured appeal.
  7. On 02/28/18 I received a decision from VA on my elbow issue(denied). On 02/19/19 I filed an NOD but in the meantime, I call 800 and they asked if I received SOC. I said no can you send again? Still did not receive and called back and asked to fax it to me. The SOC was dated 01/07/19. I had about 5 days left of the 90 days to respond. So, I wrote my statement and filed a V9. Okay so now it is in appeal stage. All of a sudden on va.gov, the VA added ankylosis and somewhat opens a new claim file. indicating “we received your NOD and a RO is reviewing.” Fast forward, on 02/14/20, I receive a decision from judge remanding my elbow appeal. On 03/03/20 , I receive a decision from the RO indicating that I did not submit my NOD in a timely manner. When I called the person has no idea why I received the decision. My elbow issue has been on appeal since 02/19 . The decision I received said I could file a V9 for appeal. I don’t understand bc my elbow issue was on appeal and was just remanded back. Does this make any sense? When I do look on va.gov or ebenefits, there is no indication of a decision being sent. It just indicates under review. When I called the girl said it’s showing it’s under review. I just don’t want to miss anything.
  8. Jangs1963

    [[Template core/front/global/prefix is throwing an error. This theme may be out of date. Run the support tool in the AdminCP to restore the default theme.]] Stessor Verification Without Jsrrc?

    You can see if there is a police report. When I was on duty the driver of the military vehicle lost control of the truck and we ended up crashing and rolling on the autobahn. The driver was life flighted and I was taken by ambulance. Nevertheless, they could not find the hospital records. And, I do understand about the non-combat ptsd. I could not figure out why after the accident, I have a fear of being the passenger in any vehicle (even my family). I literally have a panic attack when someone else says they’re driving. My remedy was to drive myself even if it’s down the road. Nothing worse than anxiety. But I hurt my back pretty good. My only saving grace was my sick call records.
  9. So the VA has finally accepted my CUE(S). So they separated it into 2 separate CUEs (1) thoracolumbar strain and (2) dextroscoliosis. Claim received then to initial review then to evidence gathering, review and decision (estimated complete date 2-11-20) and back to initial review (estimated complete date 7-9-20). Does this normally occur? Is it a good sign or bad? Thank you for any input.
  10. That makes more sense to me. Thank you. So, if the RO is reviewing the new evidence can they make a decision and possible rating? Or do they review it and send it back to BVA?
  11. I thought the same. That is why I am confused on this. I never received anything from BVA that it was going back to RO. So in my va.gov acct. it is showing 2 active claims. The appeal I sent to BVA and the 2nd showed up the other day indicating the RO is reviewing my claim.
  12. Yes, I filed an initial claim and was denied. However when I filed an initial claim, I was having issues with my elbow but as time went on, the problem got way worse to the point I needed surgery. I did file an Nod but it was before surgery. When I received the SOC, around the same time I had surgery, i filed the V9 and added my surgery records.
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