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Start To Finish In 3 Months? Anxious Like Most


mulli015

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New poster.Frequent reader. I filed my claim for increases for the first time on may 22nd,2014. I just checked EBENES and I am in preparation for notification stage. I got out in 2009. This 3 month turn around seems incredibly fast. I am not trying to rub this in by any means, and I feel for my fellow vets that wait long waits.

I am curious as to if anyone else had a similar timeline? What was the outcome? I requested increases for 5 things and filed new claims for one(mental health/ptsd referred by doc). ANY INSIGHT at all will help to quell my anxiety and curiosity. Thank you.

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Sounds good. Wish they all could be completed that fast.

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Mulli,

Congrats on the fast movement. How many and what conditions did you file for? That has a lot to do with the timeline, as most ROs are averaging around a year for FDC claims. My last claim was completed in less than 7 months, and that was for 5 or 6 conditions, and now I have a current FDC for 7 or 8 conditions that I filed in June 14. Good luck and keep us posted.

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