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C&p Exam


I just got my C&P appointment date in the mail [express delivery.]

Cost to the VA $17.50 to deliver it.

Letter stated next TUESDAY OCT 19 ,in VA BEACH VA 100 miles away,Stated a check for mileage would be at DR's office [thats good]

Sent me a card to fill out survey of DR's performance /staff performance /concern and attention to me ,and overall satisfaction with exam .[NETO]

This tells me things may be changing with c&p exams and the VA wants to make sure the veteran gets every chance.I could be wrong

All i know is i am so excited to get this far, so quickly.

This process was taking so long that i contacted my CONGRESSMAN in turn he contacted QTC and the VA in writing.

I also talked directly to the VA in WINSTON SALEM NC.

1 week and two days later i had a appointment.


I think it is important in most cases to get your CONGRESSMAN involved in your case ,and to keep on top of him too.

Also i think it is important to talk with the VA once in a while if you are having issues and problems getting your claim processed.

Talk to them with reason and do not try and threaten them ,getting mad will get you nothing but more delay .

I believe some of the folks there are there to help, and not impede your progress.

I will let everyone know how my exam went and how i was treated when it is done.

Hang in there , and try get em with honey,I doesen't always work ,but it is worth a try

Some of the vets are having a difficult time with claims process , and it makes me sad

I have been fighting one claim since 1984, but never again will i give up.


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I'm glad you got a C&P scheduled.

Anytime we contact our congress critters - they usually take no action

themselves, it's their worker-bees that handles all of the little stuff for them.

MANY times when we contact a congress critters office, it puts the brakes

on our claims.

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