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MY LAWYER CALLED YESTERDAY AND SAID THAT THE HEARING OFFICE CALLED AND SET A HEARING DATE FOR MARCH 27, 2009 @ 1:30PM. I SHOULD RECEIVE THE OFFICIAL LETTER CLOSER TO THE ACTUAL HEARING DATE ( 20 DAYS ). WHAT SHOULD I DO NOW?

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I agree with Pete. After two years of getting the run around on survivor benefits - my son finally had a hearing last week. Was VERY nice! The Judge was very nice, very helpful, wasn't "out to get us" -- or anything.

But I got so nervous I forgot everything I wanted to say. I would just start rattling on about something and I had to keep asking "Now what was the question?"

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CAN ANYONE THAT'S BEEN TO A HEARING ANSWER FOR ME PLEASE, I'M ON SOME SERIOUS MEDS AND I WANT TO KNOW HOW WILL THIS PLAY A PART IN MY HEARING. I'VE BEEN STUDYING THIS SITE FOR QUITE SOME TIME AND VETS SAY THAT THE JUDGE ASK YOU ABOUT YOUR ACTIVITES OF DAILY LIVING AND HOW DO YOUR MEDS EFFECT YOUR DAILY LIVING. IS THERE ANY MORE THINGS VETS WANT TO SHARE ABOUT THERE EXPERIENCES IN THE HOTSEAT. I'M ON SEROQUEL (400MG), ZOLOFT (200MG), TRAZODONE (100MG), KLONOPIN (1MG), LIBRIUM (50MG), OXYCODONE(5MG,325MG 3X ADAY), TOPAMAX (300MG), NAPROXEN (500MG(2)DAY) AND THE LIST GOES ON.

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