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Thought I Had A Success!

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I have been watching ebenefits and saw that my appeal finally after almost 4 years landed with the VLJ. Checked it a week later and it said a decision was made and it was mailed out to me. I was happy and decided to call my VSO and check. They said that it was remanded (they think) and gave me another number to call. Called that one and they said they have no idea on what's going on with my claim. Damn it!

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Even if the Appeal was granted it would be remanded back to the Regional Office for a decision. The wait goes on!

"Don't give up. Don't ever give up." Jimmy V

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Got the letter today, says:

"The board has determined that a remand of the increased rating claim on appeal is warranted in order to proved the veteran with a VA orthopedic examination to determine the current severity of his service connected low back disorder and to obtain outstanding VA treatment records. "

My last C&P clearly showed my range of motion in the 40% range. So it looks like I have to go to another exam and wait again!

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Although you will be back at your friendly VARO they usually work faster on remands. Good Luck

Veterans deserve real choice for their health care.

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