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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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smilen66

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I am empty, hurt, angry ... speechless! I did request my C-F this morning. Attached are reasons for decision.

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Smilen, please take personal information off of your post. Double check for names and relationship connections that we here at Hadit don't have a need to know.

Best to ya,

Cowgirl

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On page 7 it refers to a medical opinion-= was this an independent medical opinion?

There are saying only one cpmplaint noted in SMRs with nothing on the discharge certificate.

Did they overlook critical evidence in your SMRs?

Did you fully support any inservice nexus for this disability?

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Smilen, please take personal information off of your post. Double check for names and relationship connections that we here at Hadit don't have a need to know.

Best to ya,

Cowgirl

Thanks Cowgirl for the heads-up. I marked out most names, the last two was an oversight. Can't get them off. One of them is spelled incorrectly anyway. I will be more careful in the future.

Thanks again!

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On page 7 it refers to a medical opinion-= was this an independent medical opinion?

There are saying only one cpmplaint noted in SMRs with nothing on the discharge certificate.

Did they overlook critical evidence in your SMRs?

Did you fully support any inservice nexus for this disability?

Hi Berta,

Yes, this was my private doctor prescribing meds.

Thanks

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Please help me if you can!

Attached are medical evidences sent to the V.A. from my time in service (1980-1984). Please note I tried to avoid going on sick call and often waited until I had another condition to go. I was not a complainer unless I could not go on any further. Is this not enough for them. I also, submitted twice that (attached) amount of additional evidence from 1985 to present to the V.A.

Thanks

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