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Va Form 21-0781a.- Tough Subject, Need Advice


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Dont know if this is a new form, but, what do we here at Hadit know about it? Is this for teh initial request for compensation? Question? Do I submit this form now? was told to go with PTSD before, didnt work, was thinknig MST w/PTSD. I listed this issue on original claim, shows up clearly in SMRs, etc. Advice please, this form is new to me, that or I overlooked it. Am rated 30% MD (just got to 60% with recent award) humbly, cg.

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Good morning CG...

You wrote: "was told to go with PTSD before, didnt work, was thinknig MST w/PTSD. I listed this issue on original claim, shows up clearly in SMRs"

I have a question have you've been diagoised with PTSD?...the reason why I am asking is because if you are already S/C for Major Depression and your symptoms have increased in serverity you can ask for an increase due to the advancement of the desiease and how it has effected your daily living and your ability to maintain substantial employment. You will need to show how MD has increased your doctor can help you by writing in the strongest lanquage (medical terms) on he/r evaluation of your current condition and if it prevents you from working, plus letter of support statements from your loved one's on how your condition has deteriated as far as your quailty of living or functioning in both private and social settings...along with how your Condition prevents you from working...people living with individuals with MD disorders...themselves become effected by the effects of the person who has MD...at this time when your love one's write out letters of support it would not hurt for them to also tell how your disorder has effected there lives examples would be "due to your MD disorder I no longer attend parties because my wife no longer can attend". MD disorder is a diease like any other be it physical or mental...you will have both good and bad days...and dealing with MD is a everyday struggle...and I can only imagin your frustration with the working of the VA. I hope this post helps

God Speed

MT

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CG are you going to file for PTSD secondary to a personal assualt? If so then you would have to file this form. You are already MD @ 60 is this for the same personal assualt? If so then claiming PTSD is a mute point for compensation for a mental rating is a mental rating and you will not receive a rating for both. Just wondering

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For now MD major depression rating is 30%, associated VA statement summary mentions the 'assault'. Just wasnt sure if MST w/PTSD should be recognized as a seperate, specific care issue or part of mental health/MD. Senseless life altering event, thats all. cg

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