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Cue Retro Back To 39 Years


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The vet and his rep carefully went over the diagnostic codes for the 1975 decision.

BVA awarded 2 additional 10%s and probably combined them all. dont know ...still a very nice victory for this vet.

"THE ISSUE

Whether there was clear and unmistakable error (CUE) in the August 8, 1975 rating decision for the evaluation of residuals of L2 compression fracture."

"ORDER

There was CUE in an August 8, 1975 rating decision which granted service connection for residuals of a fractured L2 vertebra, and assigned a 10 percent rating; a 10 percent rating based on limitation of motion or muscle spasm with an additional 10 percent rating based on deformity of a vertebral body is granted, subject to the law and regulations governing the payment of monetary benefits."

http://www.index.va.gov/search/va/view.jsp?FV=http://www.va.gov/vetapp14/Files1/1409655.txt

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The vet and his rep carefully went over the diagnostic codes for the 1975 decision.

BVA awarded 2 additional 10%s and probably combined them all. dont know ...still a very nice victory for this vet.

"THE ISSUE

Whether there was clear and unmistakable error (CUE) in the August 8, 1975 rating decision for the evaluation of residuals of L2 compression fracture."

"ORDER

There was CUE in an August 8, 1975 rating decision which granted service connection for residuals of a fractured L2 vertebra, and assigned a 10 percent rating; a 10 percent rating based on limitation of motion or muscle spasm with an additional 10 percent rating based on deformity of a vertebral body is granted, subject to the law and regulations governing the payment of monetary benefits."

http://www.index.va.gov/search/va/view.jsp?FV=http://www.va.gov/vetapp14/Files1/1409655.txt

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way to go berta that vet can have a party and a party...great news!

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I got a CUE from December, 1971 that is for 100% rating that is sitting at federal court. I talked to my lawyer about it recently. It is moving slowly. If I win I will probably have a heart attack and drop dead. I am 60% for CAD, so I need to be sitting down. If I did win anything my lawyer will be on the phone in a hurry. Things that good don't happen to me. It is like the Lotto. Somebody must win, but it won't be me. If I win the Tbird will get a big donation and drinks are on me.

John

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