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Think They Are Going To Shaft Me...with Rush Job


Well I looked at ebenefits a few minutes ago. I moved from gathering evidence to prep for decision.

I had my C&P exams Thursday, they have them logged in on Friday. The papers they sent me for my doctor's records that they dated 03 apr, that they mailed on the 16th by postmark, and I did not get until the 21st, the closed out Friday saying non receipt. I just got the records Friday and was going to drive them up Tuesday. I will now have to drive them up tomorrow and hope that they will at least look at them. Seems they have already rushed through their decision. They are just jaming this through to get it off the books, Great, move it out of the backlog and into the appeals area....Looks like they are going to double down on their tactics using to screw Vets and hide the truth from the gov't officials, and the public. Way to go Houston. Of course I will take all this back if i get approved, but I just have that feeling.

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Update....got BBE yesterday....Guess I have to take back everything bad I said about Houston. Was granted everything in the end. No increase in IHD, but ended up with IU so it didn't matter. The one thing that I don't understand, is all the new percentages listed, between increases and new contentions approved, seems I meet 100% scheduler, no need for IU. But, in their letter, they said they did not give me specific percentages (or total percentage rating) because they gave me IU. Just mentioned I had 80% prior to this new rating. I know it doesn't matter as far as check is concerned, but if it now equals 100% scheduler, why not do that instead of IU??? Anyway, looks like I will not have to deal with the hamster wheel of appeals, thank god, as don't know if I would have lived long enough to see the end of that battle.

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Congrats on the good news, and I prefer to be scheduler 100%, than IU, so the VA does not micromanage as much.

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Is the IU permanent and total (P&T)? Or was the 100% schedular rating P&T? There are advantages and drawbacks to both, depending on your other ratings, how long you've had those ratings in effect, and your age.

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