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Hello All,

Just a quick question, I receive SSD (award date 2011) and I am 100% Sc. Will it be a good idea for me to submit my SSD award letter to VA? And I received a letter from my Pain Management Doc last month, stating I am unable to work. Should I submit that letter as well? Please respond quickly, I am heading to VA in the morning for a routine appointment and I want to turn them in if it's possible...

God Bless!


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My goal is to one day get P & T, however I am not requesting a C & P exam. When ever it come I want to be prepared. My pain management doc is an outside doctor and I want VA to have all medical records. I believe this letter is especially crucial to me retaining my 100% even when or if I receive a C & P date.

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I would submit the SSD award letter, I would also give your VA PCP any non VA medical records which could support future P & T considerations, future secondary condition claims and also countermand any future proposals by VA to lower your ratings. Just make sure you thoroughly review the records for any negative claims info before you give them to your PCP.

Good luck to you.

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