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  1. Thank you very much for the reply. I will keep everyone posted if you want. I still haven't received the letter as of yet but i'm sure it will take a couple more days unless my attorney gets it sooner and calls me. Thanks again.
  2. Thank you for the reply. That is definitely a bummer on your end. I hope for something positive as well. I will keep everyone posted here. Called the 1800 number and they wont speak to me about it. Nothing updated on ebenefits or va.gov so just hoping it comes in the mail soon. That's all i can really do at this point. Thanks again.
  3. I guess I’m confused. I have 210% total in disabilities ... When I use the VA calculator I have 94 % with the bilateral factor of 5.3 applied. I guess I’m not sure where everyone is saying it’s 91%. My question though was more directed at how the SOCs can vary as far as partial approvals, partial grants, partial denials, etc and anyone’s experience or knowledge on that matter. Thanks for the reply though from everyone so far, much appreciated.
  4. Sorry for the confusion. I am 94% disabled and have a bilateral factor of 5.3 or something like that. (VA MATH) ... I just need 10% to bump to 100% overall. I’ve used the calculators to do it. My question is more about what that letter can entail... is it sometimes a partial grant and partial denial and if so anyone have experience with it. Thanks!
  5. Hello everyone. This is my first post. I have a 90% rating (94% according to VA Math) for back, knees, ptsd, broken foot, tinitus, migraines, etc. I have an appeal with 11 things on it. Its for increases and earlier effective dates, not necessarily anything new. I filed a NOD. I then had some exams. I now got onto VA.GOV and saw that as of 2/28/2020 they sent a statement of case that says: "The Statement of the Case explains the reasons why they couldn’t fully grant your appeal." My question is this : Does this mean that something may have been granted since it s
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