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Archer

Retroactive Back Pay.

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My claim is scheduled to close tomorrow for my backpay.

Does anyone know if it does close how long till the backpay hits the bank?

Also does information only get updated on our claims whenever the site is down?

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18 hours ago, MichealD said:

Hard to know, my VARO at Denver has taken 7 months and counting.  They've had so many pathetic excuses as the why they won't do their job, I've considered suing just to get them to follow the decision.

I have a suit going at the U S District Court for the District of Wyoming that includes Denver VARO that you could petition to Join if you wish.  It would help get it to Class Action and considered.  I'm attaching the files in reverse date order.  It is almost impossible to find an attorney.  I haven't.  But you might if you use the case that I'm attaching to show you can get by the administrative deceptions and delay.

If you can find an attorney they can represent me also.  I have a Wyoming attorney who will stand in if they are not admitted to the Wyoming Bar.  If you can't find an attorney post here.  I'll post my email and help you ghost write a Pro Se claim.  You have to start with filing an SF-95.  I can walk you through the process.

Berta found the Laskowski case (which I misspelled in my last brief) but is useful. 

20180502 Motion to amend d.pdf

20180416 Dismissal Order.pdf

20180306 Objection to Dismiss.pdf

20180306 Objection to Dismiss Brief.pdf

20180213 U S Motion to dismiss.pdf

20180213 U S Motion to dismiss brief.pdf

20180109 DCDW denial Motion Eq Toll.pdf

20180103 Rebuttal obj eq tolling.pdf

20171215 DCDW Summons U S ATTY proof of service_1.pdf

20171215 DCDW civil cover.pdf

20171215 Court complaint.pdf

20171215 Court complaint tolling.pdf

2013 Laskowski v. U.S. Dep't of Veteran Affairs, 918 F.Supp.2d 301 (M.D. Pa., 2013).pdf

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On ‎5‎/‎19‎/‎2014 at 8:33 PM, Archer said:

I hope the 1800 number is wrong. Told me that they can take up to a year before the claim is closed.

I have a back pay of around 61k coming to me.

I am not retired military but I am 100% service connected.

 

 

I have a question also bout what I should do when I get my back pay.

Do you think it would be more beneficial to me if I opened a secured credit card of 10k?
I have a very poor credit score at the moment for the time I left service till the day I got va was about 2 years.

Be sure to follow up if it takes more than 2 months.  Someone had entered another person's BVA Decision in my file instead of mine.  Our first names were the same.  Mine granted TDIU and his BVA decision was a denial.

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On ‎4‎/‎30‎/‎2018 at 2:22 PM, Lemuel said:

I have a suit going at the U S District Court for the District of Wyoming that includes Denver VARO that you could petition to Join if you wish.  It would help get it to Class Action and considered.  I'm attaching the files in reverse date order.  It is almost impossible to find an attorney.  I haven't.  But you might if you use the case that I'm attaching to show you can get by the administrative deceptions and delay.

I had to appeal to the 10th.  Have two positive orders to the VA and U S ATTY from the 10th.  Working hard on my Pro Se Brief.  Will keep you all posted.

 

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Wow.  Pro Se Brief.  Yes, do keep us posted.  That is amazing.  

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On 5/19/2014 at 2:35 AM, Archer said:

My claim is scheduled to close tomorrow for my backpay.

Does anyone know if it does close how long till the backpay hits the bank?

Also does information only get updated on our claims whenever the site is down?

I just saw your post Archer I   sent my evidence  to the BVA appeals Washington  in 2012 August 2nd week , The  decision letter  for  my claim 100% service connected PTSD  came  In Late October 2012 ,  On   March 14,  2013 I coincidentally  I checked my bank  account for a written check for my Phone Bill  and   cried and nearly feinted by my surprise .

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