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background. I submitted a new claim on April 14 I submitted a supplemental claim on April 24 Supplemental Claim granted on June 16 HLR requested June 18 (for eed) On July 16 a "authorization review claim" appeared on Va.gov as "closed" I dont know what this means or what it refers to as the HLR is not closed, my supplemental claim retro had already been paid (and was only around $280)
Hello All, Has anyone seen something like this before? I submitted my claim 7 July 2015 after the Air Force said I was no longer fit for duty due to medical. I was recently discharged and chose to file my claim for all of the conditions I developed over the last 16 years. In the last 2 months, I moved into Preparation for decision, then pending decision approval, then back to prep for decision. When I was pending approval, there was an estimated timeframe of about a week. This changed 3 times. The last time it went past the date again and then back to prep for decision. This is when I ema
I know this has more then likely been discussed several times in the past, but I'm putting it out there because it's my current experience as I'm living it. Trying to keep it all in one place by adding to other threads that discuss this topic is somewhat frowned upon, which is why I'm starting this one. Synopsis of my process so far: Initial award: 50% in 2004 for a laundry list of things typical to a 25 year Army career of jumping, deploying, sleeping on rocks, not sleeping, not eating, stressing etc, etc, etc. I was in the middle of a bunch of life changes so didn't appeal anything. B
Hi, I filed two substantive appeals regarding entitlement to earlier effective dates for separate claims. One appeal was filed in February 2011 and the other in December 2011. I requested a BVA hearing by videoconference for both. I rarely go on eBenefits, but yesterday, on a whim, I decided to check the status of the appeals. To my surprise, both appeals were listed as "closed" as of yesterday, which I found to be highly coincidental. Instead of being listed under the "appeals" section, they were listed under the "C&P claims" section. Does this matter? My main question is how can VA