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good question, I was denied for Tinnitus, filed a new claim that was denied, so I filed a NOD, it went the VBA. I had a hearing in front of a Lawyer for the VA and proved the VA made a CUE. I am sure there are others here with much more knowledge than I would on how to move on your case.

Good Luck,

Hugh

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thanks hmcquade

the information i just discovered is a document that shows i was removed from my regular mos several times the returned to duty.i think this is proof that i at least was telling the truth about beiging on no duty after my injury,

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Chris Attig, vet lawyer and hadit member, briefly explains this regulation here:

http://www.attiglawfirm.com/shoot/2-times-that-veterans-should-argue-for-an-earlier-effective-date/


Also this SVR show we did is probably still in our radio show archives:



It also pays to read all 3 parts of this regulation:

http://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/38/3.156

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