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    When a Veteran starts considering whether or not to file a VA Disability Claim, there are a lot of questions that he or she tends to ask. Over the last 10 years, the following are the 14 most common basic questions I am asked about ...
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  • Can a 100 percent Disabled Veteran Work and Earn an Income?

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    You’ve just been rated 100% disabled by the Veterans Affairs. After the excitement of finally having the rating you deserve wears off, you start asking questions. One of the first questions that you might ask is this: It’s a legitimate question – rare is the Veteran that finds themselves sitting on the couch eating bon-bons … Continue reading

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THIS IS MY 2ND POST

IM 100% SCHED

CURRENTLY I HAVE LOSS OF LEFT HAND

BLIND IN ONE EYE

PTSD PENDING FOR 100%

CAN I APPLY OR AM I ELEIGIBLE FOR SMC R2???

THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME

SINCERELY

GREN

WHAT LIFE IS TO ME? IF SOMEONE RUNS OUT OF FIRE WOOD IN MY AREA HERE UP NORTH I WILL GO WITHOUT SO THAT PERSON CAN STAY WARM. i ALWAYS CUT EXTRA FIREWOOD SO IF I SEE A PERSON LOW I JUST DROP IT OFF AND LEAVE.

I DONT CARE WHO THEY ARE I LIKE TO HELP PEOPLE OUT.

IF SOMEONE ASKS ME FOR MONEY I GIVE IT TO THEM I DONT CARE WHO THEY ARE.

LIFE TO ME IS LISTENING TO MOZART YOU TUBE KATHERINE JENKINS LAUDATE DOMINUM

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THIS IS MY FIRST POST:

You must first meet the requirements for A and A and I saw no where in your post that you stated you were already approved for A and A.

Once that hill has been taken you then must prove that your are so severely disabled that your require a higher level of A and A which is supported with the fact the amount of skilled service you require is substantial. This skilled service can be via licsenced medical professional or a person following a regime developed AND supervised by a licsenced medical professional.

Next time please do not be so pushy as it will get you no where my friend. Post your questions and sit back and relax it may take a bit of time for a response but the members of this board will not let you down. This should be evident to you by this response and the many that will follow eventhough you started off with the smartbutt statement "THIS IS MY 2ND POST"

Hang in there my friend and you will get all the help you need from Hadit. Good luck with your claim.

Ricky

Edited by Clown Man

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okay sorry i just wanted to get an answer quick thanks appreciate the help.

thks

gren

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its actually for a vet friend of mine im vet but my friend keeps bugging me all the time he cant get out much so i posted

the same question in the general forum with my buddies rating ratable stuff he has going on so i showed him your response

and his doctor is going to write a letter to the va because he needs a lot of nursing help he's getting more sick every day

the meds they giv him cause him to throw up all his food and he lost weight from 250 to 228 now hes 160

something has to be done

i hope i can help him get SMC R 2

ths gren sorry for being impatient

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He needs to ask for it.

You can help him get it.

J

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