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I need some guidance or suggestions from the experts. I am currently at 100% schedular (temporary, not P&T). My higher Service connections are: Dermatitis with Psoriasis (also claimed as psoriasis guttate, eczema/dermatitis) = 60% Migraine including migraine variants - also claimed as decreased concentration = 50% Residuals of traumatic brain injury (TBI) = 40% Insomnia disorder - also claimed as sleep disorder and insomnia 10% and a dozen other 10% ratings for tinnitus, arthritis, degenerative disc/joint disease/lumbar spine, and as well as i
I looked on my ebenefits today and saw that on a "claim for military pay in lieu of compensation was updated/filed in July" Why would this have been filed? I did not file it, and I did not retire from the service. I did have a case that a Court of Veterans Appeals judge was ruling on and my attorney called me a few weeks ago and said the might be open to reviewing IU for me. Is this related possibly? How? I did get a separation payment when I left the service and the VA withheld all disability payments until is was all paid off. It took about 10 yrs but was satisfied. Since then I have re
Hi Guys, I am hoping you can give me answer to my IU claim. I recently was award 50% for PTSD, along with 60% for my eyes (particularly my left eye) and was bumped to 80%. I was sent the forms to apply for IU. I went to my eye doctor (who is board certified) and asked him to fill out another "nexus "letter. He is very familiar with the VA procedures, having worked at a navel hospital in the west. He was surprised and said "aren't you IU already". I told him no, that the V.A. had rated me 60% for my eyes he nearly fell on the floor. He said "this is wrong, you should be at least 80%, th
Just got my e-benefits up and looking at the status it said it is in the review stage and they are saying they have all the evidence they need. So my question what is next for this claim ? Also if they are saying they have all the info they need, is this a positive sign.? thanks in advance