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I have beat my head against the wall with the VA for 2 years trying to get Individual Unemployable 100% rating. I am disapointed with the DAV representative in Columbia that I have been seeing.....I have no confidence in what he says now as he keeps changing his story as to what I need to do next.

Please recommend a lawyer that has a good reputation with VA claims.

Thanks!

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Your profile says you have 100% now.

Why do you seek TDIU?

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Sorry, when I first joined Hadit I was temporary 100% and was kicked back to 50% and now at 80%.

This all started in 2006 with prostate cancer (Agent Orange served at DaNang AB Viet Nam 1969-1970) which was removed surgically but had to have follow on radiation. All was fine for 2 years and the cancer came back in 2009 and thats when things went down hill.....

Adavanced prostate cancer is manageable with hormone tratments but mostly watch for its return and take a blood test every three months. I suffer from anxiety, depression and reduced ability to physically work due to all the testosterone being removed from my body by 14 months of hormone treatments. Trying to get TDIU for a while now.....just mentally tired from all this.

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:I suffer from anxiety, depression and reduced ability to physically work due to all the testosterone being removed from my body by 14 months of hormone treatments.:"

Do you receive any MH SC comp now ?

Did you claim the anxiety and depression on the TDIU claim?

Do you get SSDI?

If so what is it for?

On our recent radio show with Dr Bash ( Just click on the Oct 22 show to the right of the main hadit forum page, this was discussed as to temp 100% ratings, yet both Prostate Cancer ratings and CVA (Cerebral VAscular Stroke) ratings (usually 100% for 6 months) could continue , if not at 100 , at least at a residual rating....

Yes the claims process is definitely mentally exhausting...we all can relate to that.

If you tell us more we can help more.

Has VA Voc Rehab ever turned you down for this program solely due to your SC disabilities?

If so that is excellent evidence of unemployability due to SC.

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