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Well after firing my VFW rep I recevice a call at work today from the DAV in Detroit. He agreed with me after I told him what I and been through with the VFW. The new rep is going to look into a possible CUE on my Tinnitus Case and follow up with my new claim for Diabetes. He sounded like a real nice man. He stated that he was 20 % disabled and most of the claims they are handeling are from Nam Vet.

Also today after over 30 years I have been correspoing with a Vet who was in Quang TRi and Da Nang with me at of all places, Classmates.com Can you believe that!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday to all.

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CUE claims are complex. I would try and find a real lawyer to do it. You can be blown out of the water on a CUE by just using one phrase in the wrong context.

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Well after firing my VFW rep I recevice a call at work today from the DAV in Detroit. He agreed with me after I told him what I and been through with the VFW. The new rep is going to look into a possible CUE on my Tinnitus Case and follow up with my new claim for Diabetes. He sounded like a real nice man. He stated that he was 20 % disabled and most of the claims they are handeling are from Nam Vet.

Your representative (VSO) is your key to being successful in achiveving what you duly deserve...DAV reps are very good and I prefer American Legion becuse the woman I have here in Florida is fantastic...Putting it mildly ...So asking questions to other Vets is very important to hear their success or not...You may just get lucky if you choose and just pick anyone...

Good luck brother and God Bless our Troops and Veterans.

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