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hello everybody,need help,does a letter "statement of the case" always mean that you were denied? have a nod claim was told last week that it was on the rating table,today was told that they were getting ready to write statement of the case letter.everywhere i have read,sounds like it is a letter of denied.

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After receiving your NOD, they will send you a summary of reasons behind its ruling in a Statement of the Case and a VA Form 9. Be sure to fill out and mail back the VA Form 9 no later than 60 days after your Statement of the Case was mailed out, or within one year from the date your original determination was mailed to you, whichever is later.

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After receiving your NOD, they will send you a summary of reasons behind its ruling in a Statement of the Case and a VA Form 9. Be sure to fill out and mail back the VA Form 9 no later than 60 days after your Statement of the Case was mailed out, or within one year from the date your original determination was mailed to you, whichever is later.

thanks Sharon,I guess I will spend the rest of my life fighting the v a .I am a Vietnam vet with 2 purple heart and silver star,I guess that means I am turned down,Fought once,keep fighting,don't see why we vets have to keep fighting. kornpatch

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welcome kornpatch. Yes, I am sorry to say that a SOC does mean some form/level of denial.

As such it could be a complete denial or one or two items denied or something such as the max level of a claimed disability could be 60 percent and they only awarded you a 40 percent level for it. So as you see it can mean two or three things.

How many items did you claim in this paticular claim? If for some reason it was not a completed denial you will receive an award letter on the items approved and a SOC on those items denied or partially denied.

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