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  1. Okay. Thanks. To be clear, if the one-year has not elapsed, then "evidence" within the C file (i.e., the C&P doctor's notes) can be cited and used to argue that the evaluator did not use all the available information available.
  2. What constitutes "new" evidence in a NOD? For instance, if my C file indicates the C&P doctor's medical opinion, and then the VA evaluator did not use all of it, can I cite the C file as "new" evidence? Also, does the evaluator only rate you on what you specifically filed for? Or, if the C&P doctor, in my case, a TBI specialist, indicates many problems not formerly in my paperwork, but directly caused by the head/brain injury, do these have to be claimed formally to be rated?
  3. Thank you Wings for posting. (I wasn't able to reply to the other thread) I looked at the requirements for TBI. My C file indicates all of those criterions separately by the C&P doctor. Yet, I'm not rated as having TBI. I'm so confused. Is this something that the VA will automatically correct given the new legislation? If it is already in my C file, is it enough to write a letter pointing out what their doctor already stated, or are they going to require another exam?
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    Will the benefit changes for mild TBI impact soldiers diagnosed with post concussion syndrome? What does the VA say the differences are between the two?
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