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  1. Best military/Veteran discounts https://www.hustlermoneyblog.com/category/military-discounts/ I picked "some" of the discounts, here: Apple, Lowes, Home Depot, HP, TMobile, Chrysler, Ford, GM, Honda, American Airlines, Marriot, hundreds more. Resteraunts, phones, cars, airlines, and more. If you are not "asking" about these, when you visit these places, dont complain to me you are broke! Recently, I upgraded my computer to IMAC, and Apple gave me 250 dollars off. This was from Apple, but it was at my base exchange so I also did not have to pay sales tax.
  2. More news on the mind control front. If you recall Dr. Christine Pierce from the Kansas city VA ask for volunteers for a brain implant and I accepted. This thing can read your thoughts and make dreams reality when you go to sleep. They can also get you killed if you talk about it on Facebook I haven’t tested that part yet but I plan to soon. They got me hooked back on math using it by using carrier waves sent to the brain.
  3. There are 4 class actions suits you should know about: (and my short summary) 1. Wolfe vs Wilkie If your bills for emergency treatment have been denied by VA, check out Wolfe, it may have been done illegally. 2. Godsey vs Wilkie If your BVA appeal has been delayed more than 18 months, then consider contacting NVLSP about it. 3. Sabo vs USA Thousands of Iraq and Afghanastan Vets were "supposed" to be discharged with a 50 percent PTSD rating, and VA denied those illegally. 4. Nehmer and Blue water Navy Vets: There are conditions which are presumptive for Agent
  4. Often, you can get free legal advice, here. NVLSP is a nationwide program (non profit) that helps Veterans with legal needs. Things like Nehmer Vets, (normally Vietnam Veterans), discharge upgrades, and Veterans appeals to the CAVC are some of the things they often do. You need a DD214, they screen out "fake" wannabe Veterans. https://www.nvlsp.org/what-we-do/lawyers-serving-warriors Importantly, also, IF YOU HAVE A RECENT BVA DENIAL (120 days) you can usually take your pick of a NOVA attorney to represent you at the CAVC and EAJA pays the fees. Be sure and discuss this with yo
  5. In 2012, I was denied for left knee laxity as a secondary condition to left knee arthritis. I recently came across medical documentation in my file regarding two complaints/incidents of a loose knee while on active duty. I know to get a previous denial opened you would need a supplemental claim form; however can I file left knee laxity on a direct service basis with intent to file? Or do I have to go back through the denied secondary connection route with a supplemental claim? All answers are welcomed.
  6. Good Evening, I have a question in regards to who qualifies as a Gulf War Veteran being able to claim certain issues under the presumptive criteria. I read that in order to have Gulf War Syndrome or to be diagnosed with "un-diagnosed illnesses" related to the Gulf War that you would of had to been part of Desert Shield, Desert Storm etc., and those that served in the Gulf during 1991. How about those that were in the Gulf in 1995. I have a friend that was on the USS Belleau Wood in 1995. They were part of Operation United Shield helping safeguard those exiting Somalia. He was given p
  7. Just filed a new Claim at Va Compensation/ Pension. Service connected Vietnam era vet.
  8. In 2012, I was denied service connected for Necrotizing Myopathy. At the on-site of my disease my private doctors believed my muscle weakness was due to my statin meds. This is the reason the VA turndown my claim. I also submitted the claim under desert storm undiagnosed illness since sat time my condition was being examine to to find the try cause of the illness. After further testing, my diagnosis were Limb Girdle MD (adult onset). The reason I believe the initial, claim may be a CUE because the condition was chronic and therefore as should had fallen under presumptions. Am I correct?
  9. I see a Neurologist, in the Pain Clinic. I asked to see a Neurosurgeon, because the muscle pain under my shoulder blade. The Neurologist, said that if he referred the Neurosurgeons would laugh at him. Basically, there is scar tissue, and sevre muscle knots, and trigger points, which I get injections for. I take pain meds, but the muscle pain is not getting better. My spine pain is managed with pain meds. I want to get a specialist to gut this muscle, nerve block, or something. I can't keep on like this? The Patient Advocate is no help.
  10. Thank You for this site and anyone that can help me. Also Thank You all for your service !!!! 1. I need to see into how I can get the (Star Marked and commented in Red on the picture Attached below) Staph (MRSA) added to my claim as service connected. It started in Iraq and I had many removed. The Doctor thought it was gone when I took mid-tour leave I had another infection this time in my arm (Every time I got a new one it was in a new location on my body...joy). I couldn't get on the plane to return to Iraq because my arm was swollen after the flight from near my home to Atlanta. We stil
  11. This has probably been posted before, but I was thinking about starting a thread on businesses that are pro-military and veteran friendly. I have run into a couple of them so far, and will try to post when I find others. Ok, here we go: 10% - Lowe's (hardware, lumber, plants, outdoors, appliances, etc.) Awesome service, and very friendly. They provide a 10% military or veteran discount when presented a VA ID card. The location I was at had one of their attendants run out and load my truck for me, and then he thanked me for my service. (I've tried Lowe's about 3 times so far, and they al
  12. Hey everybody, my name is James. I am an Afghanistan Combat Veteran who served February-September of 2011 in Kandahar Province, Southern Afghanistan. Mainly in the districts of Panj'waii, Arghandab, and Maiwand, with the U.S. Army, 52nd Ordnance, 20th Support Command. I would love to meet some other OEF vets and of course any fellow Warrior of any conflict, or any Veteran at all for that matter :)
  13. Veteran plus one in for FREE and up to 6 tickets at a discounted price. Last year it was $19. https://www.knotts.com/article/media-center/Military-Tribute-Days This is last year's advertisement, but around October they should put out the one for this year Knott's does this every year usually for the whole month of November. My father has been taking my family since 1994. Now my kids haven't missed a year. It's a great way for those on a budget to take the kids on a great outing. If I'm not mistaken, they also allow snacks to be brought into the park. A word of caution though, try
  14. Hello everyone, I wanted to get some information about how to rebuttal the veteran administration’s decision to rate me as incompetent. The VA rated me for incompetence back in October because of my severe memory loss due to a traumatic brain injury. I feel that I can manage money quite well, in fact much better than most without a tbi. I am young with a large amount of money invested for my age, I own 2 vehicles that are paid off with no debt whatsoever. I manage my money and pay my bills by direct deposit so I don’t have to worry about forgetting any payments and I supervise my accounts with
  15. I am currently 100% TDIU with smc (K) for Deformity of the Penis which is rated at 0% I have Lumbosacral or cervical strain 10% PTSD 70% Vertebral fracture or dislocation 20% Hiatal Hernia 10% My symptoms have not improved and have only gotten worse especially my PTSD w Depression, anxiety, panic attacks, Insomnia etc. Also I have stomach problems and I was told by a doctor in California it could be CVS (cyclic vomiting syndrome) I vomit almost everything I eat , I suffer from stomach pains, and Also I need the aid and assistance of my mother daily to take care of hygiene , To eat prop
  16. The CAVC case, Jones vs Shinseki, is instructive. http://www.veteranslawlibrary.com/files/CAVC_cases/2012/Jones_11-2704.pdf This Veteran complained that the Board did not rate him strictly by the criteria. The CAVC stated it plainly: As this Court has made clear, "[t]he Board's consideration of factors which arewhollyoutside the rating criteria provided by the regulations is error as a matter of law." This comes very close to saying that, when the VA rates the Veteran OTHER than by the specified criteria, it is CUE. In this case, the Veteran won a remand, because
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