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My lawyer called and said we are going forward with my CUE to the BVA. He says he is confident we will win. I guess he is talking about him and his tapeworm,ha,ha. We both agree that it was just the VARO not wanting to admit a mistake that will cost 100,000 dollars plus. He says the VA did not even address the issue we were bringing up in the CUE. They denied an issue we did not even raise and made up the rest. Now I have something to look forward to even if it takes two years.

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You must be a conservative and/or a optimist. LoL :angry: Two years for a CUE claim, what dream book are you reading from, cirtainly your not counting your eggs before your chickens have laid them.

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Two years is the time it will probably take to get a hearing at the BVA. I am not counting chickens before they hatch. Me and my lawyer have looked at the facts of the case. He is working for free until the claim is won. Lawyers almost never do that unless they think they can win. They are not emotionally involved with a vet's claim. They are thinking of a payday. I just hope I live long enough to collect, but I will take it all the way. The DRO said I should have gotten a higher rating based on the evidence the VA did not consider, but he was probably overruled by someone who said "We are not going to pay this vet a couple of hundred thousand bucks and admit a 30 year old mistake, regardless of the evidence". So it is kicked down the road to the BVA because the lower level guys don't want to make a decision to grant.

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