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Should I Ask For A Dro When I File My Nod


hmcquade

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Hi All, need some more help.

I am filing a NOD for the RO denial of my PAD secondary to my SC DMII. I was speaking with an attorney from Florida who suggested I ask for DRO hearing. Since I have new IME/IMO that a face to face review of the new IME will help get the rating.

What does everyone think?

Thanks again,

Hugh

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Yes, a DRO review may negate the next step, which would be BVA appeal, if you are successful withe the DRO process, if not then can still do the BVA appeal.

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Yes, a DRO review may negate the next step, which would be BVA appeal, if you are successful withe the DRO process, if not then can still do the BVA appeal.

Thanks for the feedback, I will file the NOD and request a DRO hearing.

Hugh

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