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November 6th my 1151 claim was approved. I have attached jpeg images of the decision papers. This paper says nothing about what truly happened in this case. This has been a movie material journey. Truth is stranger than fiction no doubt. There are things I cannot tell you as you would think I had gone over the edge.

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Sweety Bee is proud of you, Josh.

A long time in coming Josh!!!! CONGRATS! When one is right ,they are RIGHT and you knew the VA had been negligent. "There are things I cannot tell you as you would think I had gone over the ed

Thank you to all those who wrote. Berta all the time there was no doubt a horrible error had occurred. When you have an HMO break into your home, steal your medical records, change them, and put the

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Wow!

I loved the part where the Board said that notably, experts continue to ignore the diagnosis. There "experts" set the stage for a denial. And the Board went right past them...

And Awww so sweet about Sweety Bee...

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A long time in coming Josh!!!! CONGRATS!

When one is right ,they are RIGHT and you knew the VA had been negligent.

"There are things I cannot tell you as you would think I had gone over the edge. "

I experienced that too.....with 1151 and VA. . I hope they rate the residuals correctly for you.

My 1151 DIC was awarded in 1998, but I got an additional 1151award last year and have another 1151 claim in progress...

Unfortunately negligence can have a snow ball affect.

You might need to consider some of the retro for an IMO if they don't give you what you feel is appropriate under 1151.

This is Great News and I regret this took so long for you to get!.

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Thank you to all those who wrote. Berta all the time there was no doubt a horrible error had occurred. When you have an HMO break into your home, steal your medical records, change them, and put them back, what are you to do? My own family did not even believe me. When I confronted the HMO, they laughed, and ask "Did you call the police?"

All I could think of was how they wanted me to end it PERMANENTLY! They were pushed for time and goofed in several places during the records revamp. Unfortunately, none of that information was important to the claim. Is there significant damage? Too much to imagine.

I talked with the PVA Staff Attorney who supported me during the latter stages of this claim and she promised me they will do all they can to get the max of the max possible. Both of us believe that they will bring me in for an Exam and I do not have a problem with that, There are multiple damaged areas just don't want them cherry picking what they want. I am looking for minimal 100% plus SMC (O) and that would be giving them a big break.

I don't want to fight anymore. I physically hurt too much and Gio is no longer here with me. I just want to lay down like an old dog. Throw me that bone, I'll chew on it for awhile while listening to Soundscapes wishing for Gio to visit me in my dreams yet another time...She will ....

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