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Marinevet26

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  1. Hello to all my fellow vets! I was curious about the process and the forms that are needed for tdiu. I was sent a request back in May, to fill out and return form 21-8940, which I did. It took 30 days for the review and then I recently got another request this month for form 21-4192. My last employer has filled it out it has been submitted as evidence. Va.gov website is counting down the days until its due. Its says 22 days until its due. I turned everything needed as of now, but I wanted to ask, does anyone know what happens after they receive the 21-4192 form? I wanted to add that wh
  2. What's up to all my fellow veterans! I want to thank everyone who gave their feedback on my C&P post. It was helpful and encouraging. I wanted to share some update info about my current claim as it stands right now. Before filing my current claim I was rated at 60%. After my C&P exam, about 2 weeks passed and my rating went up to 70%. At the same time I got a request from the VA, for form 21-8940 aka TDIU. My claim is still in the evidence gathering stage, but I've received my back pay for going up to 70%. I submitted 21-8940 form and the 21-4192 form, as requested by the VA.
  3. Hello my fellow veterans! I wanted to ask this and maybe get the opinions of sone my fellow veterans. Anyway I had a C&P Exam on May 2nd. I feel it went well. At the end of the exam the doctor said to me, "You should be 100%, and I'm sorry you have to live the way I do" she said also if she couldn't push for 100% she said 90% at the least. I know she isn't a rater or makes those decisions, but is it a good or bad sign that she even said that? By the way I'm already rated at 60% and filed a claim for an increase.
  4. Hello my fellow veterans! I wanted to ask this and maybe get the opinions of sone my fellow veterans. Anyway I had a C&P Exam on May 2nd. I feel it went well. At the end of the exam the doctor said to me, "You should be 100%, and I'm sorry you have to live the way I do" she said also if she couldn't push for 100% she said 90% at the least. I know she isn't a rater or makes those decisions, but is it a good or bad sign that she even said that? By the way I'm already rated at 60% and filed a claim for an increase.
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