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BVA-AMC 2 C&P Exam, same day: Double whammy.

First of, thank you for this site

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Lu12:

Welcome to Hadit.

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http://www.warms.vba.va.gov/bookc.html

This is link to Schedule of ratings- make sure they give you the right C & Ps and also- I believe some of the limbar C & Ps might have changed since you last got one- not sure-

Also there is lin here to the blank C & P exams- if you need it let me know-

GEEEZ- you sure presented your claim well to the C & P doctors-

hopefully this time around the C & Ps will be better and you can request copies of the results from the VAMC where they are being done.

If the 1996 claim decision is a final one there might be CUE potential- hard to say-

Duty to assist violations doesnt raise to CUE-only legal error does- but the diagnostic code might have been incorrect and that would be a CUE right there-

hard to say-

and then again- the CUE must involve established potential of retro- meaning-a future SC award could help establish this potential-

then you could file a CUE on the older claim-

no time limits on CUE-

It sounds to me like they sure have gnored your medical evidence-

I am in same boat- but persistent will pay off-

at some point this claim was pending (I think)after the VCAA became law- did you ever get a VCAA letter?

Do you feel comfortable giving us the BVA decision docket number or citation?

The remands and BVA decisions are public knowledge and we could access it and that might help us better to help you-

(BVA doesnt post any personal c file numbers or names of vet)

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Berta thanks for u reply; first in regards to my cervical spine c&p exam the examiner never performed any kind of physical nor medical evaluation. What he did was just ask one question which it was related to my 1998 soc response to the varo. He did not even ask about all new ime`s = nexus opinions - and material evidence on record and ignored by the varo and by the 1998 first cervical spine c&p examiner evaluation. 1. smr evidence

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Lu12:

Welcome to Hadit.

Thnak you, 'Pete53'

And yes I have reviewed my C-File. What is funny is that much of evidence is been ignored and in at least in four different occasions, for some they (VARO) always said is duplicated evidence and for some-other evidence they just don't want to replayed, documented, weight in, nor included nor accepted them.

Lg.

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