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Sent Form #9 To Waco R/o

chief 313


nod all diened issues 04 20 06 on back, ankel injury in vietnam, gerd second to mdd and ptsd.knee patella fomoral diease.ples planus second to ankel injury.waited 9 mos for personal hearing at waco r/o. waited 4 mos for soc. all issues diened, rubber stamp of failed to consider all laws under title 38 sec 1154.refused private md,s imo,s.send imo from podiatrist ankel injury is related to issues having now. not in service records lost or not filed in vietnam.tired of all issues with waco. did not as for bva hearing will go evidence on record. berta,vike 17 , terry, anyones thoughts? best regards chief 313

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Did the SOC list all of your evidence?

The private doctor's IMO---

Did they actually acknowledge that?

Why did they reject it?

Chief -did you get a VCAA letter telling you exactly what the VA needed to award your claim?

Did you get your SMRs yourself to help establish your nexus?

If the 50% for PTSD?

you would need a medical statement showing the relationship of the PTSD or the meds for PTSD as to causing GERD as a secondary condition.

The ankle problems and pes planus-did you try to obtain a buddy statement for that if it isnt in your SMRs?

I am curious as to why the VA rejected your IMO-

I can see them ignoring one but to reject one- they have to give a complete medical rationale.

It has been done-PTSD causing GERD as secondary- I posted a case or two from the BVA here some time ago.

Did the IMO you sent them conform to the VA's IMO criteria?

You mentioned an I-9 in a PM to me-

I posted here at hadit how the I-9 should be worded.

You might stave off a transfer of your claim to the BVA- if you can obtain medical evidence that supports these issues completely.

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