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At Step Seven Of Claim Process


Johnny K.

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At least the DRO has conceded service connection even though at zero.

Now back to the shrinks for more supporting evidence and then step 8 an appeal I guess. Is there no end to the journey?

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If this consession was via a SOC don't forget the time line for perfecting your appeal - 60 days from the date of the SOC!!!!

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I'm curious about the length of time between the filing of your NOD and the DRO decision--I filed a NOD

earlier this month.

At least the DRO has conceded service connection even though at zero.

Now back to the shrinks for more supporting evidence and then step 8 an appeal I guess. Is there no end to the journey?

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johnny,

what kind of evidence did you present? what was your gaf score? what did your doctor say about you ptsd how it effects your life. or more important did you tell your doctor how ptsd effects your life and he noted in his notes. what did the c&p exam say. if you can post this info it would help us to help you. 0% for ptsd i dont think i have heard that before but it does not suprise me coming from the va. dont give up the va is just trying to make you go away. also are you working. read the scheduler for ptsd and tell us were you think you should be 30,50,70,100, i.u. it will be along battle but it can be won.

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