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hmcquade

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I meet with a ALSO, dropped the DAV, Monday, he was more than helpful and very knowledgeable. He stated he knew the Dr who did my C&P, he stated she rarely gives a favorable report to the RO on the Vets claim, He also wants to me to reopen my1985 denial for PTSD.

Hugh

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THATS THE WAY TO TAKE IT TO THEM ,, KEEP KICKIN ASS !!!

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THATS THE WAT TO TAKE IT TO THEM ,, KEEP KICKIN ASS !!!

Thanks, never give in, never give up. It may take till I'm 75 but if I am alive I ill keep fighting for what is due me.

Hugh

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My hometown VSO is a very nice 30 year AF Veteran, but a blooming Idiot. He also has too much faith in the VA. I was medically retired last year and 80% SC. He said that it takes years to get 100%. Wrong, 7 months later I was granted 100% and SSDI approved in less than 10 weeks. I always tell Vets, that we need to learn as much as possible and not depend on those type of people that either don't want to help us, or try to screw us in the end. God Bless and good luck

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Navy you are right. The most reliable advocate we have is the one we see in the mirror. It's ok to seek advice but it is up to each of us to make sure the advice is accurate, up to date and actually applies in our particular situation.

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I totally agree and have learned a lot from the site going back to 2008, when I fought for my Tinnitus and won. I proved the VA Comp board made a CUE. And it was 63SIERRA that helped me back in 2008.

Hugh

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Thanks, never give in, never give up. It may take till I'm 75 but if I am alive I ill keep fighting for what is due me.

Hugh

Meet ya at the senior citizens rec center and we can shoot pool. haha

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