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killemall

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Hi.

I put in several claims in July 2013.

Last month is September 2014 I was service connected for several claims and denied for many others.

My award went from 40% to 70% and I am very grateful.

My question is this.

How do I keep my effective date of July 2013 for the several claims that were denied?

I will be providing IMOs and or IMEs within the next six months in order to hopefully have these denied claims service connected.

Thank you very much for any help on this matter as I want to make sure I do things right this time

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You submit an NOD or Reconsideration for those conditions to be reviewed again, and if awarded SC you should be able to keep the original filing date.

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