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If you are 100% P&T and have ED, what is the SMC amount?

The C&P was completed in 2010 and shows ED.At that time I was 100% IU. Received P&T from Agent Orange in 01/2011

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Have not posted for a while now.

That date the ED rose should be the retro date (2008 I believe, we will see)

The claim was filed in 2009/2010 and was never adjudicated. I contacted the RO and they reopen the claim again in 2012.

I sent all the medical evidents and nexis for the claim and the copy of C&P complete in 2009 showing the condition.

Mabey it will get completed this year 2013. Been a long wait (4 years).

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Have not posted for a while now.

That date the ED rose should be the retro date (2008 I believe, we will see)

The claim was filed in 2009/2010 and was never adjudicated. I contacted the RO and they reopen the claim again in 2012.

I sent all the medical evidents and nexis for the claim and the copy of C&P complete in 2009 showing the condition.

Mabey it will get completed this year 2013. Been a long wait (4 years).

RT

I filed for SMC "k" award, for ED, and was denied. I submitted a NOD, along w/a vague letter somewhat supporting my claim, from my civilian urologist and eventually got distracted w/other events in my life and forgot about. About 10 yrs to the day, of my original SMC claim, I received a $10k deposit in my account, much to my surprise. Someone was reviewing my file for a new claim, of PN, and awarded me my SMC claim. It was a sweet surprise!! The current rate for a "k" award is $100 monthly. Four yrs payment should be somewhere around $4600-4700 retro.

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