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Fdc Backpay Question



Dear members

I am in final stage of my very first original claim (ptsd w/depression and insomnia, sleep apnea, headache, tbi, chest pain, knee, foot, back, nexk, and shoulder joint pain). High chance I am goinf to get service connected for my ptsd, tbi, and tinnitus for sure due to my 3x combat deployment and combat mos.

My caim has been only 7 months x due I still get one year backpay?

My effective datw is 03/04/2014.

Thank you

San diego regional office ro judt told me I am going to get my rating within 14 days from now on.

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