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All Members Please Read - Thanks



Recently, membership has been on the rise again and we have many new members

in need of some support and help.

It's real important to start a new topic - thread, with your specific question/s,

rather than just throw a question into another members topic - thread.

Please try to post into the Forum that relates the closest, to whatever you are posting about.

Another helpful item worth mention is checking out the homepage -

tons of information there, especially if your frustrated and/or just getting started.


Glossary/Definitions/Abbreviations - can be found at the following link:


Below are some important links to 38 CFR -

VBA is supposed to use your medical evidence with the application of these regulations

to help process and adjudicate, your claim issues.

38 CFR - Part 3 - Adjudication


38 CFR - Part 4 - Schedule For Rating Disabilities


It is important that you become familiar and know exactly what conditions you have claimed or are going to be


It is important for you to know exactly what Diagnostic Code/s (DC's) your condition/s will be rated under.

WHY you might ask ?

Because the DC's provide the set criteria for the evaluation of your percentage levels.

If you are trying to search for something specific on the web site and having difficulty,

here's a link for a tutorial on the search feature.

Have your sound on and you can watch as some example searches are done.


As I reminder, Hadit.com has very few rules.

The ones we all agree to as part of being a member, helps keep the board in good working/running order.

Here's a reminder link to the current membership rules :


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Hello Carlie,,,,,, THANK YOU for the reminder as I can truthfully say that I have forgotten alot of the things you reposted ...... The DCs. and CFRs are always slipping by me...... My old mind just can't recall all the stuff that goes on here at our family gathering..........HADIT.com. Sure love my brothers and sisters... Expect some more members down here near the border..... Its spreading for sure. NEVER GIVE UP. God Bless, C.C.

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