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Does Anyone Have Contact Number For Va Central Office


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I think this was a good move on VA's part and it might resolve your issues.

"Under section 4.16(b) of VA regulations, when a claimant is

unable to secure and follow a substantially gainful

occupation by reason of service-connected disabilities, but

fails to meet the percentage requirements for eligibility for

a total rating set forth in 38 C.F.R. § 4.16(a), the RO may

submit such case to the Director, Compensation and Pension

Service, for assignment of an extraschedular evaluation

commensurate with the average earning capacity impairment.

38 C.F.R. §§ 4.16(b), 3.321(b)(1). The criterion for such an

award is a finding that the case presents an exceptional or

unusual disability picture with related factors as marked

interference with employment or frequent periods of

hospitalization as to render impractical application of

regular schedular standards. The Court has held that the

Board is precluded by regulation from assigning an

extraschedular rating under 38 C.F.R. § 3.321(b)(1) in the

first instance; however, the Board is not precluded from

raising this question, and in fact is obligated to liberally

read all documents and oral testimony of record and identify

all potential theories of entitlement to a benefit under the

law and regulations." Floyd v. Brown, 9 Vet. App. 88 (1996 ).

There isn't much you can do at this point but wait for the results of this extraschedular review.

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man am i piss this amc has done everything to reuin my appeal from 1994 found during a cue

2009 my informal iu claim was remaned to be develop from 1994-2001 which is when i was granted iu by the dro.

for 3 years they have send my folder around 8 time to va hosipatal.

it has been deferred for a year

now they were to have send it to comp and pension.

talk to guy at amc today now i was told my folder with bva 12-15-2011 sign for

never got a decision on anything.

called bva told my folder is still with amc

e benfit say a decision was made 12-7-2011

so now my folder is lost they put in they made a decision bet any they closes it out next.

and no one will find my folder and i cant get any help from bva amc ro and would u believe my cases was advance due to me losing my house 2009.

march i have to move own my house for 10 yr i am mad they can get away with this.

call to day about the poa from 1994 that started the appeal told they withdraw. i did a cue bva find that the appeal the american legion started 1994 remain open would it not seem that they still have poa. no

now my claim are in dc been work with no poa but they go back tell 1994. crazy and no one will look at this.

need to vent

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