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I was shot in the head 15 years ago on AD. im rated 100% by the VA. I have loss of use my right side & my left leg. my speach was afeced & my spelling (i lost any over 4 letters) I got the "letter" from the VA about TBIs. i am wondering if should take the time?

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should this have been posted in the claims forum? no reply since april 22. hopefully paragd found an answer. i have read about the letter he referenced elsewhere on hadit

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I was shot in the head 15 years ago on AD. im rated 100% by the VA. I have loss of use my right side & my left leg. my speach was afeced & my spelling (i lost any over 4 letters) I got the "letter" from the VA about TBIs. i am wondering if should take the time?

What level of SMC are you at?

If you can achieve a higher SMC level then it may be worth it.

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