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Received Supplement Statement Of The Case


Billyboy

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I received a supplement statement of the case. I was denied a couple of things but was informed:

INTRODUCTION: We have separately issued a new rating decision granting entitlement to a total evaluation based on unemployability and increasing the evaluation of your depressive disorder to 70% disability You will receive formal notification of this decision and all retroactive benefits due you separately.

I applied for TDIU over a year ago, does this look like TDIU??????

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Hello Bill,

"issued a new rating decision granting entitlement to a total evaluation based on unemployability and increasing the evaluation of your depressive disorder to 70% disability"

it states that they are granting you a total evaluation based on unemployability so they went ahead and increased your MDD to 70% where it should have been to begin with and granted TDUI...Congradulations!!!

MT

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Congrats!!!!!

Looks like one veteran's hard and long fight is over!

Just wonderful news-

doesn't the VA start to seem to make more awards around Sept -October?

If the budget goes through?

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Congratulations, Billyboy,

Gee, this board is looking better to me each day I click on.

What Wonderful News!

Always,

Josephine

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Billy

Now what about Chapter 35 and future exams? You want to try and get P&T. If they don't grant it you can ask for it on appeal. That is what I did . I got rated 70% and denied TDIU. Then I got TDIU and denied Chapter 35. Finally Chapter 35 and an EED. The VA often fights you every step of the way for everything.

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Now what about Chapter 35 and future exams? You want to try and get P&T. If they don't grant it you can ask for it on appeal. That is what I did . I got rated 70% and denied TDIU. Then I got TDIU and denied Chapter 35. Finally Chapter 35 and an EED. The VA often fights you every step of the way for everything

I don't understand chapter 35, P&T, and EED. bill

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Re: billy comment: "I don't understand chapter 35, P&T, and EED."

I looked in Hadit Definitions; and sure enough ; P&T and Chapter 35 arent there; so here's my take

P&T means Permanent and Total (no more exams ever)

Chapter 35; Education Benefits for your family (spouse and kids)

EED Earlier Effective Date

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Hi Bill...

At this point it is best to wait until you receive the formal paperwork from the Va...as stated in your post...

Bill wrote: "You will receive formal notification of this decision and all retroactive benefits due you separately."

There is a chance the VA awarded you P/T Permant and total...if they do when you receive your packet as to what the VA rated you.

If the VA went ahead and granted you T/P (total and permanant) there will be paperwork or forms for chapter 35 benifits for dependents...and in most cases (not all) there will be a statement like "no further exams schedualed" or perhaps a statement that they have rated you Total and Permanat at that point if you are rated T/P depending on your state there may be additional benifits that you will qualify for.

So the best thing to do now is to just wait until you receive your VA paperwork...then cross that bridge at that time.

Fingers crossed that they granted you P/T

God Speed

MT

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