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My thanks go out to everyone here on hadit.com! In September 2019, I filed two CUE claims. One was granted and the other was denied, but will be appealed. In 1995, I filed a claim for rhinitis/sinusitis (38 CFR 4.97 DC 6501/6522) and it was granted on appeal in 2000 due to aggravation of pre-existing disability. 30% was awarded, but it was reduced by 10% to 20% due to the C&P examiner's opinion: “OPINION: In my opinion, the veteran obviously had allergic problems before entering the service which got worse while he was in the service…” After fighting for five years, I was elated and
Hello everyone, I have been chewing on this one for quite a while and believe this final draft CUE is ready to be submitted to the VA. The decision maker failed to follow the laws in effect at the time. No judgement call factors. Please feel free to tear it apart and offer any suggestions. I wanted to keep it down to about two pages, explain the error, include excerpts from evidence, and include laws in effect at the time.
Hi all, I was given 10% for tinnitus and 0% rating for my T.B.I. that is documented but the examiner said that there were no "residual complications" as a result of the T.B.I. Stated that in my medical records the T.B.I. had resolved itself and that I was fine. This flies in the face of the fact that after this injury I had a dramatic shift in my moods, became severely depressed, had violent outbursts and even a suicide attempt. My T.B.I. occured in 1982 and after I left the service in 1984 I couldn't hold a job and ended up living on the streets in Mpls. until I went into a private treatment