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  • Can a 100 percent Disabled Veteran Work and Earn an Income?

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    You’ve just been rated 100% disabled by the Veterans Affairs. After the excitement of finally having the rating you deserve wears off, you start asking questions. One of the first questions that you might ask is this: It’s a legitimate question – rare is the Veteran that finds themselves sitting on the couch eating bon-bons … Continue reading

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Called Peggy To Set Up Direct Deposit, Told Me My Claim Was Granted!

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Phil did you get copies of your C&P exam? If so read what the examiner wrote like GAF score ..., More likely than not...,how much evidence they referred to to sway more in your favor...Watch out they can low ball you. If you have a fax machine, they can fax you the results asap. I have had them fax it alot for me and some other vets I have assisted along their claims processes. Remember you can always appeal the rating if you feel it was too low, but the first thing is to get a + rating which sounds like you may have gotten. Good luck along your way.

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Phil did you get copies of your C&P exam? If so read what the examiner wrote like GAF score ..., More likely than not...,how much evidence they referred to to sway more in your favor...Watch out they can low ball you. If you have a fax machine, they can fayeah my GAF was a 45, when I was in the PTSD inpatient program at the VA in Montrose NY the psychologist there GAFed me at 45 as well, that was 2009x you the results asap. I have had them fax it alot for me and some other vets I have assisted along their claims processes. Remember you can always appeal the rating if you feel it was too low, but the first thing is to get a + rating which sounds like you may have gotten. Good luck along your way.

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Phil did you get copies of your C&P exam? If so read what the examiner wrote like GAF score ..., More likely than not...,how much evidence they referred to to sway more in your favor...Watch out they can low ball you. If you have a fax machine, they can fax you the results asap. I have had them fax it alot for me and some other vets I have assisted along their claims processes. Remember you can always appeal the rating if you feel it was too low, but the first thing is to get a + rating which sounds like you may have gotten. Good luck along your way.

yeah my GAF was a 45, and when I was in the PTSD inpatient VA program the psychologist there gave me a 45 GAF as well

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Congrats! Really glad to hear of your good news!!!

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