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Yes I did keep copies of everything I sent them. However I'd like to find out what their Primary and Secondary diagnosis was as I may send it to the VA if it would help in getting my P & T. I am 100% total with VA for PTSD and if SS disability is primarily for the PTSD I'm thinking it would help my case when and if they call me in for a C & P. I don't think just sending the Award letter to the VA without it stating what the diagnosis is for would carry much weight.

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Ruffcreek, SS gave me the whole file on a cd. I requested that they send it to my attorney first, then the attorney copied it and sent it to me. Hope this helps.


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