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Filing A Reconsideration


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Remember that is a good thing, you can always go back and request an increase on a SC condition. I have 6 or 7 0%s, and down the road when those conditions get worse, atleast I wont have to fight the VA on SC. Congrats and good luck

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Why did they say it was rated a 0? Did you have a DBQ filled out? If so, was it done by VA or private doc?

The VA sated in the decision letter there was not enough medical evidence to show how severe/debilitating the PAD was. The VA also stated in the decision letter that the VARO would be contacted and I will be sent for a medical evaluation to see if I could be compensated. OK that was in July and no one has contacted me.... so far.

Hugh

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So, a DBQ has never been filled out? either at a VA C&P appt or by your doc?

Are you saying your doc did the nexus statement but not the DBQ?

If so, then that is why there is a 0 rating. Have your doc fill out the DBQ for you

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