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About lcac31

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  1. I have only posted a couple times here and i think the topics are relivate to veterans but i seem to never get many replies. After going to c/p exams and getting favorable results, is it fair to then be told to take a complete physical exam for the same disabilities evauluated during the c/p's?
  2. Retired 2 years ago and was rated 80 percent six months after retirement. Filed a NOD for being low balled on three of my service connected conditions. Went to 3 separate C/P exams and got favorable remarks from all the VA examiners. Now they sent me the standard form letter requiring me to complete a physical exam. I plan on taking my complete C- file to this exam. This seems like a pissed off RO/DRO looking for any reason to deny my NOD buy they dont have the evidiece. My question is this " Is being ordered to take a physical exam after already completing the C/P exams a normal VA tactiic? I do have a DAV rep who has been worthless, so i handle most things by myself.
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    Retired Bmcm

    Thanks for the replies. Looking forward to gaining more knowledge.
  4. lcac31

    Retired Bmcm

    What a great site this is. I have just signed up and have spread the word to many of my retiring shipmates. Completed 30 years last Feb and was rated 80 percent four months after filing claim. Of course they lowballed on the claim, but at least they did it quick. Any advice or sample NOD's would be greatly appreciated. Also within the year after i retired a flied another claim for new conditions. It was my understanding that all claims filed before the 1 year anniversary of your retirement is considered service connected. Can anyone tell me if that is fact or fiction. Thanks!

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