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Trying To Decipher New Rule


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I am not sure I understand all of this new rule.

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Does the new rule mean that aside from other things, if you are hospitalized and notify the RO, it doesnt make it an inferred claim, and you must fill out a form before they will acknowledge it is a claim? like if you had an emergency surgery like cancer or something, ?

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I think you mean this regulation.....I am unaware of any "new" convalesence regulations...anyone else know?

https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/38/4.30

I know that vets in the PTSD 21 day inhouse programs always traditionally had someone at the VAMC handle their temp 100% claims, if they already had an established rating for PTSD under 100%.

I dont know about anyone else not in a structured 21 day program but hospitalized for a SC for 21 days or more, or fitting into the regs above in another way.

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Berta I think the leagle beagles call it " raised of record"

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like me, I fell ill with kidney cancer and had to get surgery quick, after recovery I filed a claim. It was service connected eventually but they didnt pay me temp 100 percent for the cancer. I would think thats an inferred claim. even though I didnt file a claim until after surgery. (they are trying to screw me on this one as well)

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63SIERRA - Were you in a VAMC for your surgery?? If so, it would be considered an informal claim. As to a civilian hospital, I'm not sure but it would be worth looking into. jmo

Do you currently have any VA rating(s)??

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