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Howdy everyone, I know that this is a petty much the same old question. Last year in Dec, I have my ICD implanted and filed my paperwork like the beginning of the month to place me 100% UI. Had my hearing in March and petty much was told that I'm unable to work......Ok I know that, but my question is that I know it take 60-120 days to get any word back from the VA. Well I'm still hear and waiting and no word yet. So what do I do or who should I call and see where my case is at?

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Howdy everyone, I know that this is a petty much the same old question. Last year in Dec, I have my ICD implanted and filed my paperwork like the beginning of the month to place me 100% UI. Had my hearing in March and petty much was told that I'm unable to work......Ok I know that, but my question is that I know it take 60-120 days to get any word back from the VA. Well I'm still hear and waiting and no word yet. So what do I do or who should I call and see where my case is at?

Right now claims are taking way over a year. There is no longer a set time for the VA to get anything decided. Dates, estimated times, ect have no bearing on when the VA will get a claim done. Calls to the 800#, or checking on E-benifits occasionally is about all one can do. The VA is in no hurry to get anything done. They will use the phrase "due to the back log we can't give you a time frame."

All I can offer you is a lot of patience. I and most members have gone through this waiting phrase. I am in the same boat. I have a claim that was decided in 20 October, however its still remains in final notification.

Find a good hobby, go fishing. Your claim will be finish when you have the actual letter and any retro if approved in your bank account.

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