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70%sc To 80%sc Today.


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I found out today from DAV(POA). That I was awarded from 70% to 80%sc

.I now will wait for the award letter from the VA.

Thank you all on Hadit.com,VBN,DAV

and the VA.

This will make my life alot better.

I was in a bad car mishap wail I was

in Phila.Pa. shipyards USN thay rated me from 70% to 80%sc for that.

Thanks for all the help on this great Vet site.

LLFLY

USN

Nam Vet 70

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Gee what is comp for 80%-I dont know---

veteran- if you are not working- what did they say about TDIU (100%)?

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Glad to see you get what you deserve, do check back with your VSO (DAV?) and review the details. Are you gettin' care at the VA? Hope it balances out for you, recall if 70% on one issue, its possible to get bumped up if I read correctly here! God Bless.cg

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I found out today from DAV(POA). That I was awarded from 70% to 80%sc

.I now will wait for the award letter from the VA.

Thank you all on Hadit.com,VBN,DAV

and the VA.

This will make my life alot better.

I was in a bad car mishap wail I was

in Phila.Pa. shipyards USN thay rated me from 70% to 80%sc for that.

Thanks for all the help on this great Vet site.

LLFLY

USN

Nam Vet 70

Congratultions!

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Thanks all. I been on ssd for 4years no work. IU not approved.

I have to wait for VA letter to see way 1st. For now I am glad for the 80%sc.

LLFLY

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Well there is no doubt that you should be awarded 100% TDIU. Since you have money on the table please wait for some advice from the pro's on Hadit.

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