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Will any of the below ratings qualify for the 10% Bilateral that the VA adds in when there are figuring out th

right distal femur osteochondroma

10% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

right shoulder strain with degenerative joint disease

0% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

tinnitus

10% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

lumbosacral strain with degenerative disc disease

40% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

right lower extremity sciatic radiculopathy

20% Service-Connected

09/25/2014

left knee condition

Not Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

PTSD

30% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

bilateral pes planus with plantar fasciitis

0% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

traumatic brain injury

0% Service-Connected

10/12/2008

bilateral hearing loss

0% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

right distal femur osteochondroma

10% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

right shoulder strain with degenerative joint disease

0% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

tinnitus

10% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

lumbosacral strain with degenerative disc disease

40% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

right lower extremity sciatic radiculopathy

20% Service-Connected

09/25/2014

left knee condition

Not Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

PTSD

30% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

bilateral pes planus with plantar fasciitis

0% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

traumatic brain injury

0% Service-Connected

10/12/2008

bilateral hearing loss

0% Service-Connected

Predischarge Exam

10/12/2008

The way I figure this out using VA Disability Math I come in at 72%.. Which I am aleady at 70%...So I would not receive increase Right.. Waiting for Letter in mail..

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You should read 38 cfr 4.26 (a), (b) and © regarding application of the bilateral factor. Hope this helps.

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