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Okay just some quick questions:

How long does the notification process take? After the claim has finished?

It seems like the VA by passed my service organization; no one knows anyhting. ughh.

When you call the 1800 can they let you know what you % is?

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Okay just some quick questions:

How long does the notification process take? After the claim has finished?

It seems like the VA by passed my service organization; no one knows anyhting. ughh.

When you call the 1800 can they let you know what you % is?

Welcome to Hadit.

I think it depends on where you live as to how long your RO gets back to you. It could be a few months or as long as a year or so. My claim has been denied twice and then sent to the BVA and remanded back to the AMC and RO. I am going on 6 years.... sorry to not be so positive for you. It takes quite a while. Just be patient and don't give up.

As far as the 800 number, as I'm sure someone else will tell you the same thing, they are not very reliable with most things you ask them.

Hang in there...Brian

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After the decision it can take days to months to receive the notice. The 1-800 number usually won't say if you've won or lost but will usually tell you the current monthly amount you are being paid.

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Can they tell you the amount that u r being paid before you are notified?

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Brian,

This has been a long road for me and I am not even done yet. Lol. You are right reliable is something they have not been. I"m just hoping its not a denial.

When did you file your first claim? And what is your claim for?

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