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EO1Seabee

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Thank you Hadit.com

I'm a Seabee that was deployed to the middle east in 2003 and 2006.

The information on this site is priceless. Thanks to this site I found out about E Benefits and a few other things.

If it were not for the success stories I don't think I would have the courage to keep fighting.

One of my combined service connected disabilities was removed this year without prior knowledge. So the fight continues

I received my service connected rating in 2008 and didn't read the exam materials completely. I just got the request for appeals in just under the wire

Went through the exam in Jan of this year and got the award letter back in Oct 2011 which I still disagree with. My rating didn't change, I picked up a service connected disability and

lost one without an exam???

My Lesson Learned: Read all materials from the VA in it's entirety

If I have to sum this process up into a word it would be: Overwhelming

With that said, thank you for the tools to carry on a better fight.

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I received my service connected rating in 2008 and didn't read the exam materials completely. I just got the request for appeals in just under the wire

Went through the exam in Jan of this year and got the award letter back in Oct 2011 which I still disagree with.

My rating didn't change, I picked up a service connected disability and

lost one without an exam???

SB,

Please post the Reasons and Bases Section of this decision as a new topic

in the Claims / Benefits Forum.

Perhaps members can help when they read it.

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