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Will We Lose Retro Payment Of Sc Increase Due To Crsc/cdrp?



Recently received NoD SC increase from 80% to 90% wherein my notice stated it was effective on: specific dates were listed beginning with March 2011, May 2011 and June 2011 for each increase. My claim which began with DAV March last year was originally submitted for Asthma & Sleep Apnea secondary to multiple anterior cervical spine surgery with fusion and hardware the first of which ocurred on active duty and was originally granted 20% SC.

March 2011 underwent a second diskectomy due to complete lowering of vertabrae at the next level above, (which had been treated as a bulging disk at the time of first diskectomy).

My appeal was submitted April 2011, however unbeknownst to me actual wording was changed and specifically the Asthma and Sleep Apnea were treated as initial claims without documentation of in service record. They, of course were denied as service connection was never established.

The following items were adressed:

Increase of rating of 20% for ACSS with radiculapathy and spondylosis C-6/7 to 30%.

Increase of rating of 10% for sinusitus to 30%.

Increase of rating for bi lateral CPS from 20% to 30%.

Request for Sleep Apnea was denied due to no in-service documentation.

Request for Asthma was denied due to lack of in-service documentaion.

Increase of rating of 30% for Ischemic Heart disease denied due to no history demonstrating increased METs.

The bottom line is: Service connected compensation was increased from 80% to 90% monthly payment to increase effective 01 June 2012. Retro payment was mentione and three dates adressed were March, May & June 2011, the statement indicated that due to CRSC/CDRP payment system my pay record would have to be reviewed by DFAS in order to establish eligibilty for retro payment.

According to what I read I'm already receiving full amount of both SC and retired pay (have been for 2 years) the correct percentage I believe indicates 96% of entitlement. I've been on the retirement rolls since October 2003, started the concurrent receipts percentage buy in almost immediately in early 2004.

Anyone know if indeed I'd lose this retro payment due to CRSC/CDRP?

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