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D*** The Va, Wth Is Going On?


Navy04
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I submitted an IRIS a few weeks ago, and as most of you know my claim has been in the Prep for Decision phase since 12/22/14. Now a month later my damn claim went to Gathering of Evidence yesterday, WTH!!! Now on my Ebennies claim status page it looks like the RO is requesting C&P exams or evidence from VA med Facility, and they have until Mar 15. I am so freaking frustrated, my last 2 FDC claims have been completed in less than 4 months each, and even though a few conditions were denied, atleast the process was smooth. How can we ever get better or relieve stress if the dang VA keeps jerking us in circles like a Merry Go Round. Sorry to ramble guys, just tired of the same crap over and over again. I am grateful that I am 100%, but I want every Ache, Pain and Medical Condition listed in my VA Record in case anything every happens to me, that all.

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Navy04:

Sorry for your troubles and I hope it gets resolved quickly for you...what does this mean exactly below:

"RO is requesting C&P exams or evidence from VA med Facility"...I have the same ebennifits annoucement but am not sure if it's just an exam or they are asking for my VA generated records specifically?

Do you know....?

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Just a guess but I suspect your claim was reviewed and now they are CTA mode. Don't get discouraged and don't give up. Maybe a letter to Alice would be in order.

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Brother dont worry abt things you cannot control.... just stay in a reactive posture, thats all you can do.

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Thank you guys for the support, and Rootbeer, I believe the last time I saw this status, I had C&P exams to do. I will update you guys later. Thanks again, I just hope it works out for me.

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Who's Alice? I knew I should have checked in here more often.....sigh.

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I think the "Alice" Pete is referring to is Allison Hickey. She is the smart sister in Peggy's family.

You can contact her at: Allison.Hickey@va.gov

A lot of vets on Hadit have been contacting her for claims problems and receiving timely responses.

Good luck.

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