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  1. Having been a member of Hadit since the forum was in Linear format, Tbird has been there. In her 23 plus years she grew this site from a few members to a steady stream of well over 20000. How did she build this site and what was her inspiration? Sit back and pull up an electronic device and listen to how our very own Tbird got her start. To call in and speak to Basser, Jerrel or Tbird dial: 515 605 9764 https://www.blogtalkradio.com/jbasser/2020/09/03/our-guest-haditcoms-tbird-tells-us-how-she-started-haditcom
  2. Let’s jump right into the answer. Many Veterans perceive the 100% rating as the end of the line. The sign of victory over the Hamster Wheel. But….….is it REALLY over when you get to 100%? Well, the hard part sure is over….but I think that there are several reasons to keep on fighting – even after you reach the 100%. Let me tell you about 6 of those reasons…[Reprinted here with permission from Veterans Law Blog ] Scenario #1: 100% TDIU May Not be Permanent There are several paths to a 100% rating in VA Compensation – one of the most common is the TDIU 100%. TDIU – also k
  3. I have been researching this for a while and I keep ending up here at HadIt reading old threads. So, now that I am ready to ask questions I have com to you. I appreciate the knowledge I have acquired here already. Thank you all. My situation is that I was service connected rated 20% for Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD L2-3 and L5-S1) limited mobility as well as 10% each for a shoulder, both knees and PTSD back in 2011. 50% total rating. This was done through the Army/VA program when they told me I couldn't play with them anymore. Fast forward to last year and I began to have numb
  4. Alex Graham Aka Asknod will be our guest speaker. His with and humor along with his vast knowledge of the VA is amazing. Join us for this show. You will learn something. Give us a call and join the conversation. To call in dial 347 237 4819 option 1. To listen: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/haditcom/2018/01/19/hadit-podcast-with-special-guest-alex-graham-aka-asknod
  5. What the heck just as I thought I was getting somewhere on Thursday it said prep for notice and that it would be completed 9/25. I just checked to see if maybe they happen to updat my rating or my letter and saw that it now went back to prep for descion!!! Ugh what the heck is going on does this happen all the time??
  6. In 2010 while I was on active duty training I was hospitalized for a month. For walking-pneumonia, pneumothorax, hemothorax ,decortication and thoracotomy. I had 3 major surgeries in 48 hours, 2 blood transfusion, placed in a chemically induced coma and placed on a ventilator and life support. I spent two weeks in ICU. While recovering I had to re-learn how to eat, talk and walk. I some how turned into a vegetable. With this being the first time I've every had to go to the hospital I was traumatized by the visit. At the time I was 19. Since this was ADT, and not AD a LOD was done and found "NO
  7. Good day all, quick question. May be a little confusing but I will do my best. My comp is currently under review for NOD. However, I recently admitted myself to a walk in VA clinic for MH. It is not one of the issues contested in my NOD. Do I have to file a new claim, or do I assume that all of this will work itself out. I'm not proud of the reason I went to the walk in, and I don't want to ask the question as if I'm trying to pull a bigger percentage, but after reading threads, I feel safer asking here than there. Thanks all.
  8. Dear Veterans, I just received another denial letter from the VA for my Left Knee and Sleep Apnea service connection. I'm currently working with a VA Claims Specialist in Long Island, New York to help me with the claims process. He has told me we will have to file a Notice of Disagreement / De Novo Review for the Left Knee and Sleep Apnea. He also advised me this process could take up to 1-2 years. This is unfortunate and I want to make sure the VA has everything they need to give me the proper decision. I've attached pictures of my original claims from July 2013, and the deci
  9. It is a new year so Jerrel and I have decided to go back to the basics of Va claims. This is a multi part series starting on Tuesday Jan at 2:00pm eastern. We will begin with Disability and gathering evidence and filing the claim, what forms to use, selecting a representative to assist you and how to navigate the process. No one should have to go this one alone. Join us for this show. John AKA JBasser
  10. Ok so I have several issues but I will start with one that just came up this last month. First here is my rating that came from my 2010 claim; 40% SC Residuals of Foot Injury 10% Residuals of Foot Injury 10% Lumbosacral or cervical Strain 10% Tinnitus 10% Bulbar Palsy 10% Impaired Hearing 0% So as this story goes I was injured in Iraq in 2010 and was diagnosed by the VA with degenerative arthritis in the back, because we all know degenerative means it happened overnight haha. 2 years later they get me to see a specialist and she states that I broke my back in the last year or so and wa
  11. Berta I would like to ask you if Causation is the same in a FTCA as it is in a 1151 claim. Can you be denied from surgical Malpractice because of Progression of disease, how can they keep coming up with surgeries I've never had then say they have to deny my claim because there is nothing in my records that support the surgeries listed that I never had. I won a tort claim for medical malpractice in 2008 at time R/C said I'd be made like 100% service connectyed and paid at that rate five years latrer it's never happened. I am currently at the BVA with the Law Judge can she remand a case more tha
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