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Claim Denied In 2006


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In 2006 I filed for AO prostate cancer. I was in the brown water navy and and was aboard ship. My claim was turned down and stated " no proof of "boots on the ground" denied and "case closed". Since then I have filed a new claim with plenty of proof per the denial. My new claim was filed Nov. 2010. My question is if approved do they retro pay me back to 2006 or pay me back to the new clam(2010?). Thank you. I did nothing when denied in 2006 until I filed new claim in 2010. Still retro back to 2006? Thanks.

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Hello Ron,

It looks like you are also going to have Nehmer kick in so it should be fine. Berta has a real good handle on that. However the VA likes to try and make mistakes by awarding some later date for EED. I am hoping your not saying that you let your claim slip on its time frames and had to start over. That can pose some problems. Maybe you can expound on your case alittle more. Just stick to your guns as you have an EED and the VA by law must pay back to retro with your award. Remember though no matter what they do ,,,,,,,, NEVER GIVE UP. God Bless, C.C.

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"In 2006 I filed for AO prostate cancer."

If your present claim succeeds ( and with proof of bopots on the ground Vietnam it certainly SHOULD)

The claim date in 2006 will be your EED for retro purposes.

Prostate cancer can have residual ratings as "0" SC and then by medical evidence of residuals the ratings can change.

The Schedule of ratings here as well as the BVA decision site can reveal what I mean.

BVA has been down on line for 2 days- I think they are adding the last 4 months of decisions.

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Have you contacted NVLSP?

If not I will bump that info up in the Agent Orange forum here at hadit.

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Hello Ron,

It looks like you are also going to have Nehmer kick in so it should be fine. Berta has a real good handle on that. However the VA likes to try and make mistakes by awarding some later date for EED. I am hoping your not saying that you let your claim slip on its time frames and had to start over. That can pose some problems. Maybe you can expound on your case alittle more. Just stick to your guns as you have an EED and the VA by law must pay back to retro with your award. Remember though no matter what they do ,,,,,,,, NEVER GIVE UP. God Bless, C.C.

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Hello Ron,

It looks like you are also going to have Nehmer kick in so it should be fine. Berta has a real good handle on that. However the VA likes to try and make mistakes by awarding some later date for EED. I am hoping your not saying that you let your claim slip on its time frames and had to start over. That can pose some problems. Maybe you can expound on your case alittle more. Just stick to your guns as you have an EED and the VA by law must pay back to retro with your award. Remember though no matter what they do ,,,,,,,, NEVER GIVE UP. God Bless, C.C.

Capt. When I was denied in 2006 I did nothing until 2010 when I filed my proof of Boots on ground. I guess 2006 retro is in question here? Thanks.
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Capt. When I was denied in 2006 I did nothing until 2010 when I filed my proof of Boots on ground. I guess 2006 retro is in question here? Thanks.

RONC,

What did you submit in 2010 to prove boots on ground ?

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