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paulcolrain posted a question in Appealing Your Veterans Compensation Disability Claims NOD, DRO, BVA, USCAVCCitation Nr: 1623704 Decision Date: 06/14/16 Archive Date: 06/29/16 DOCKET NO. 14-17 761 ) IN THE SEARCH DECISIONS AFTER PAGES 5 YOU CAN START TO SEE THAT 2014 DOCKET #S ARE BEING ADJUDICATED AND NOT ,, NOT,, ADVANCED ON DOCKET. BUT THERE WEBSITE SAYS OCTOBER 2013 AND THE PERSON ANSWERING SAYS OCOTBER 2013... THIS ISNT THE ONLY ONE.. THERE ARE A LOT THAT DO NOT SAY ADJUDICATED FOR ADVANCEMENT ...?
My husband has appeals pending that were first filed in 1994. Along the way, several were granted by the BVA, many were remanded only to result in the RO either not following up with yet another C & P exam for a couple of years each time, or not answering the BVA's questions, which resulted in numerous repeated remands for the same issues. We've also been to the CAVC after BVA denials, which resulted in remands for the same issues, and then after that, got caught up yet again in the previously described hamster wheel. This got me to wondering how many times we've been to the BVA with the same issues covered in the same Docket number. For us it was TEN TIMES since the first BVA decision in 2001, and we're still at it. Just wondering about everyone else's experiences.