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Got Denied By Amc

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Mr cue


wow though they were going to hold my folder for every. ok now my claim go back to bva and they have to expidate it. now here is my question

this is a appeal of my intail rating from services which was found during a 2007 cue claim of a 1994 decision which granted me 10% for my neck and denied and elbow claim.

now 2001 iput in paper that the va treated as and increase rating claim which dro granted 60% for neck and iu. and made the effective dated 2001 the dated i put in the papers.

2009 bva turn around and readjudated the appeal from 1994-2001 and granted 10% for neck and granted the elbow from services and remaned and informal iu claim from 1994-2001. because comp doc in 1994 told of me not working.

amc handle all issues gave me 0% effective 2007 for the elbow. and told me i have to appeal this to the court this is a full granted the first time in 18yr my elbow got granted and that was it no nod nothing .denied the iu claim. gave me 10% retro for neck from 1994-2001.

i have wrote bva call and was told for the last two years they can do anything amc has the claims. so what th chance bva look at this now. yes it in the court to because the days were running even if there was a remaned.

now the dro stated this is a full granted of all current appeal in 2001. would this not make the pending appeal from services final which were found during the cue right.

help me here

these are effective issues that they dont want to do what else can i do i am stuck.

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