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C&p How Do I Get A Copy


Sapper101

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I had my C&P and Hearing exam back in Dec 2011 how long before I can see the doctors reports,and how can I get them if their isv a chance. I have not heard anything , my exam was done in St.Pete, Florida.

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If you had your exam at the VAMC and not at a contractors office, then all you need to do is go to your VAMC at the records window and request a copy of the C&P exam of Dec 2011. They should give it to you after signing a release form.

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Hello Cooter, I too had a QTC C and P exam that was favorable to help in the awarding of my claim way back in Feb of 2012. I still have not got a copy of it . They say they are working on it but have not received my copy of it. .. I too am going to have to hunker down and wait for the report then go forward with any new evidence .However ths can pose problem if you are facing a deadline ,,,,,,,especially if you are trying to counter a bad C and P with an IMO . Maybe the VA does this on purpose knowing it. At any rate I would hang in there and request a copy of it or go see the RO and personally have them get it from the file so you can make the next correct move in your claim.

If the C and P was not QTC and it was done thru a VA medical center or clinic or a fee basis then you can get a copy of it with a week or 10 days. BUTTTTTT ,,,,Butttttt QTC C and Ps are property of the VA Regional Office and it really urks me that we have a double standard especially when the medical records from any exam are kept away from the Veteran. Stop and think about it though.......if you try and get a proper IMO to counterpunch the QTC C and P then you have definite time lines that can cause you to miss it. Dealing with this must develope some patience And then and then..... and NEVER GIVE UP , God Bless, C.C.

sorry about all the lines but I am at a hotel computer and cant make this thing hadit friendly.......oh weellll sorry anyway...hopefully you will get my point.

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Thanks for the reply mine was done at the VAMC I will try to get a copy. If I see that it is not good can I still have a IMO put in before they decide my claim even atfer Six mts.

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Yes, and highly suggest it!!!...Matter of fact that's one good reason to get an IMO/IME. Make sure your IMO Dr gets a copy of it so he'll be able to rebutt anything negative the examiner stated. DON'T FORGET TO USE THE IMO FORMAT HERE AT HADIT!!!!!!!

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Check this link out. You might want to read the whole thread to get a better grasp of an IMO. Then refer to Berta's post #17, she perty much has it all done except one other thing that needs to be mentioned and that would be carlies post#8. Let us know if you need any more help.

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