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Got New Vet Rep



I asked to be switched -within same POA- my POA does have many many very good vet reps-

I believe that my AO claim was sabotaged from the beginning (I have documentation to support that)

by the first vet rep I had-

I am pretty happy because I have know the other guy for a decade or more, and was told he was at a different office and so I got the other one-in 2003-

Based on a response I am waiting for- I may ask the VARO to CUE their Dec 2005 SSOC.

If I do that-I will tell you how that goes-

When I asked them to CUE my Sept decision-they re-did it-and

it produced this Dec SSOC.

The Dec SSOC from the VA clearly reveals that what my other vet rep said he did, he didnt do-

regarding my IMOs.

My new vet rep just called me and I know things will turn around now.

My emails to the director of my POA have not been ignored.

My claim was messed up locally for 2 years.

It took me a long time to see that it was not being handled properly.I kept giving the Vet rep Benefit of Doubt-the documented facts are -it was big time messed up locally.

I also sent Dr. Bash more evidence for an additional opinion based on medical evidence that is not at all redundant or accumulative of the last IMO he prepared.

This is medical evidence I sent to the VA yet they never considered-

that has nothing to do with what his first IMO was on.

EMails- if you send emails to my previous addy- it might take weeks before I get to them-

It is best to post your question here- my time is now limited by school again, local vet claim issues, and -of course- my own claims. It looks like over three and a half years of my prior representation has got to be gone over-what a mess-


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