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I have a question my original claim for increase dated 2/16/08 was increased from 0% to 10% 4/08. I filed a NOD 12/08 if I get an increase from the 10% what will the effective date be?

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Bergie

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Probably 4/08 but it looks like your increase to 10% shoulda been 3/08. With a claim for increase they "can" go back up to a year w/good medical evidence.

pr

I have a question my original claim for increase dated 2/16/08 was increased from 0% to 10% 4/08. I filed a NOD 12/08 if I get an increase from the 10% what will the effective date be?

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Bergie

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Probably 4/08 but it looks like your increase to 10% shoulda been 3/08. With a claim for increase they "can" go back up to a year w/good medical evidence.

pr

The 10% increase was back dated to 2/08 the effective date of the filing of the claim. Does that mean the DRO will back date to 2/08?

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Now you're confusing me. You said you filed a NOD, w/no mention of a DRO. If you appealed the 10%, within the one yr appeal period, and you win, they should go back to the 2/08 date.

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The 10% increase was back dated to 2/08 the effective date of the filing of the claim. Does that mean the DRO will back date to 2/08?
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Now you're confusing me. You said you filed a NOD, w/no mention of a DRO. If you appealed the 10%, within the one yr appeal period, and you win, they should go back to the 2/08 date.

pr

LOL, I'm sorry Phillip I did not mean to confuse anyone, I wrote the question very early this morning and thought it was simple. But I see I may have left out some critical details.

Thank you for answering my question, sorry for the misunderstanding.

Bergie

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