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met with the RO last week. wanted to determine if ftca documents are going to be considered in decision. had to have RO contact to prepare request in writing (despite phone calls). also discussed fact that vamc admitted to cloning (cut and paste) PE exam in several clinical notes. I had reported this to VAOIG. i asked him if this could be important to case. he said that if it shows poor standard of care then it will apply...good news for me. i am also going to report attending who was a contractor to state certifying agency for not examining me---even though physical exam falsified by vamc, was performed within 30 day timeframe. he had documentation responsibilities he didnt do and lied saying i was in recovery while i was in surgery. vamc saying chief of podiatry took over...no note to that effect in chart other than chief resident saying attending was present all critical aspects surgery.

guys. what would be rating for acquired torsion dystonia posterior tibialis muscle secondary to cast crush injury. does anyone know.

ok ok dr. bash fired me. i wouldn't pay $5000. this fee assessed with no clinical notes from case. i told him i felt he was tooooo busy. i didn't think he was even reading emails.

so im on my own now. i noticed dro had pulled all info from my records that applied to ftca denials. shoot. got to get this decided at this level if possible.

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yes im reading stricklands how to file knol. he is not entirely finished with 1151 claims. pk

met with the RO last week. wanted to determine if ftca documents are going to be considered in decision. had to have RO contact to prepare request in writing (despite phone calls). also discussed fact that vamc admitted to cloning (cut and paste) PE exam in several clinical notes. I had reported this to VAOIG. i asked him if this could be important to case. he said that if it shows poor standard of care then it will apply...good news for me. i am also going to report attending who was a contractor to state certifying agency for not examining me---even though physical exam falsified by vamc, was performed within 30 day timeframe. he had documentation responsibilities he didnt do and lied saying i was in recovery while i was in surgery. vamc saying chief of podiatry took over...no note to that effect in chart other than chief resident saying attending was present all critical aspects surgery.

guys. what would be rating for acquired torsion dystonia posterior tibialis muscle secondary to cast crush injury. does anyone know.

ok ok dr. bash fired me. i wouldn't pay $5000. this fee assessed with no clinical notes from case. i told him i felt he was tooooo busy. i didn't think he was even reading emails.

so im on my own now. i noticed dro had pulled all info from my records that applied to ftca denials. shoot. got to get this decided at this level if possible.

patti

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Get an attorney. You have no other legal options. dont do this alone they will take serious advantage of you.

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there is no attorney for me until VACourt. then they will be jumping all over themselves to get the case. (already have letters). no attorney took the case during ftca torts...no money in it. i will go to watchdog and check a previous note here for an attorney, but because it is in appeal--ive been told it is too late for a lawyer.

the RO is mandated to assist me, yes? i did not receivie an RO rating after submitting tons of IMO info. some from docs who didn't want to give me the time of day. but there is information there that is irrefutable evidence for negligence and nexus. im flipped out about the lying in my record. i hate that. it is this that has taught me tons about these freaking lying foia/po/dpm docs/joint commission.

Get an attorney. You have no other legal options. dont do this alone they will take serious advantage of you.

J

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