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For your C&P exams, did you ever have answers, but not the questions? When I reviewed my old 1997 C&P exams, I found just that. One of those actually included the original blank examination worksheet (now those are DBQs), but none of the others were included. I sent the VA an FOIA request asking for a copy of the original C&P examination worksheet for the specific body part/system. Yesterday, I received a letter from the VA saying they could not find it, but instead sent me a copy of the current DBQ. Gee, thanks for nothing. Fortunately, I was able to find the answer to m
Lemuel posted a question in VA Disability Compensation Benefits Claims Research ForumHow do I get an IG investigation into why the VA Medical Division cannot produce the copies of OPTR that have been removed from my C&P file. At my BVA hearing, in response to the question of how to get the needed probative documents, the BVA Judge responded, "LOL, we can't even get them." The reason is itself very probably probative. Such as we were unwitting subjects in research and the researchers were too lazy to make the double original copies. West Los Angeles VA Medical Center had its Research Credential abruptly revoked in 1999. I suspect the documents I'm trying to get from 19
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Kay2009 posted a question in Appealing Your Veterans Compensation Disability Claims NOD, DRO, BVA, USCAVCI have never felt I had my late husbands complete medical records. I want to see things like why did his Simvastatin quit showing up on his medication list, the instructions, settings and how many hours to use his CPAP, why shouldn't he take benzo's and then he was. I asked for every page, every note, etc.. C file does not have any of his medical records in it. So, my question is, if I feel there is more information after many requests, should I use FOIA to ask for them? Thank you for your time. I would like to clarify that I have sent the proper forms (5