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  • HadIt.com Elder

No. There are instances of veterans receiving retro benefits for far longer that 2 years.

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Nope. My neighbor was awarded compensation back to 2004 for a knee condition.

Seven years worth.

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Wasn't there something in the news last year about a Vet getting retro back to the 40's for an injury sustained in WWII?

I've read that big retro checks have to be approved at more levels, so they might take longer.

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I read on this website that retro in excess of $25000.00 requires three approval signatures.

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  • HadIt.com Elder

I am asking retro back to 1971 and I am in federal court right now.

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How about on appeals? For me they only went back to the date they received new evidence from me on case that was already five years old. I filed for increase in 1995 and finally won in 2002 after appeals to BVA and back to VARO and then to DRO where I won based on new evidence they got in 2001. I was gyped out of five years at least if date of claim is the standard. Do I have a case for EED?

John

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That the VA only goes back 2 years on RETRO from approval. ????????????

Not true - where did you get that poor information ?

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You will get what you deserve Bud, Don't worry about that. The VA may suck in a lot of ways, but never heard of many problems with Vets getting their Retro. Good luck

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