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Rec. Letter On Saturday. 90%sc Was 80%. For Ud


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Urinary disorder associated W/DMII,

W/ED, retinopathy,and hypertension percent(%) Assigned 40%sc.

New rating 90%sc.

NOD for IU no word as yet.

I filed this claim on 2/08 rated 6/25/08.

I thank you all at Hadit.com to help make this happen.

LLFLY

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I am surprised that they didnt award TDIU. Are you still working?

Did they defer the TDIU issue? or just deny TDIU?

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Thank you all,

I have been on SSD from 2003.

Worked 37years no lay offs.

When it comes in the back pay will be nice.

I believe it will be soon.

Clock is on tic,tic.

Time to go play to keep my head in ck.

One day at a time.

LLfly

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I think the VA is not automatically inferring TDIU from ratings over 70%. This is a way for them to delay or possibly BS vets into not applying for TDIU. If you are on SSD there is no question you should have been considered for TDIU if the VA knows you are on SSD.

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Wow, Fast rating, good for you! Yes take a break, one day at a time is a good mantra! (My back pay came in about 2 weeks after the rating. Congratulations on getting whats due you.

cg

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I have been on SSD from 2oo3

and not worked the VA knows this.

I filed frm the time I was at 70%sc.

Now at 90%sc I just sent a letter to my POA (DVA) to check on the NOD for the IU.

Now to take a nap.

Goodnight LLFLY

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