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i just had an exam mondy for ptsd and tbi. when can i get a copy from my va office?

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i just had an exam mondy for ptsd and tbi. when can i get a copy from my va office?


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Give the doc(s) two weeks to get all their dictation/computer entry done. Then request your C&P results from the RIO/Med Records dept at the VAMC.

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It took about six weeks for my husband's reports to come to the RO. His exam and test were through QTC Medical systems. They informed him they have 30 days to get the reports in, but that's not a hard and fast rule. A VA rep had called him with some questions on a Saturday and my guy asked the Rep if they'd received the reports from QTC and he said they had not, but they'd sent out a request. It was Tues of the next week that the reports came to the RO. I emailed his VSO and asked him to watch for the reports (he's really been good about responding to requests to help us). He was able to get the reports within a day and made copies for us. We are fortunate to live in the same city as the RO so makes it easy to make a trip downtown. We've never had to deal with any VA personnel, the VSO has done all of that for us. From what I've read here, I think we're very lucky!


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Im gonna call the VA tomorrow....I finished my C & P exams in May. I have requested my C file and copies of my C & P exams. I was told that a request must be sent to make copies. The copies are made and then mailed. I was also told my that file should be going to the rating board soon. Im still waiting and I started this process in October of 2009. This is my second time filing for disability.

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