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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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I have had a pending IU claim since June 2010. My DAV rep always looks bored & 'dunno'. So the same day I called the 800 number and was told I am scheduled psych and physical exams on Nov 18 and Nov 29; 90 miles away in Fayetteville. No letter with this advice as yet. Glad I never have other plans. Now why didnt my DAV guy know?

My psych test will probably actually help me out to prove I can't work due to my SC. I hope they don't take 8 years again to make a decision because I might not make it that long. I have cirrhosis of the liver and take good care of myself, but you never know. Yall keep telling your good success stories & progress. Hadit keeps me going.

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I do not believe that VSOs have anything to do with veterans having C & P exams. I know they can check with VA to see what is the latest status and VA can tell them that the veteran will be scheduled for a C & P exam but the exams are done by the VARO for QTC C & P exams and by the VAMC for the VA Hospital C & P exams.

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Ya your right Pete992. I was just thinking he shoulda checked it out while I was standing there an hour before. As it was, he just said said he hadnt got a letter or anything & I would get one when anything needed to be advised same as him. Someone else said we are our own best advocate, So I need to just keep on top of this myself & just continue to submit information, claims, appeals, etc, through him.

Will be interesting to see when I actually get the appointment letter for my C&P exams.

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