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Does Amc Have Complete Jurisdiction?


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Does the AMC have complete jurisdiction over your claims file.

I called them today, concerning the two psychiatrist not giving their etilogy of the C&P examination.

I was told that they can if they wish order another C&P .

I do not want to be remanded around and around.

Some have expressed only your R. O can order C&P's.

Thanks

Josephine

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When this C&P was turned in to Huntington R. O, I immediately sent a rebuttal to the Medical Center and the R. O.

I pointed out to them all of the errors, the changing of the wording of my private and military records.

I also brought evidence forward of the legalities of this exam. If you have followed my post, you are aware of the circumstance of the exam.

I ask Huntington for 9 months for another C&P, They always stated it is the DRO'S decision.

I received an answer with their denial of benefits.

I sent all of this information to the BVA and have also supplied the AMC with the same info.

I picked up the New Opinion - C-File Read - No new evidence to change Conclusion.

I immediately faxed again, all the information, as to why this C&P is not legal.

I called the AMC today and they said that they had complete juridiction of the claim.

They stated they can order new C&P'S. Is this true or is there more that I need to do.

I ask for the doubt law to be put into place.

I have the More Likely than Not - from Va. Medical C&P Examiner.

Letter from my Military Treating Physician - clarifying all the notations that he has made in my SMR's and what role he had in my early discharge and that he sent me to the two psychaitrist at the Naval Dispensary for treatment, which lead to my early discharge. He clarified the medication that are within those SMR'S.

Letter from my Physician of 29 years that my anxiety and depresssion have their origin in service.

I have a buddy letter

3 letters from my Pastor, that knew me before and after service.

Letter from husband and two daughters.

A letter from a friend that has known me for 50 years - the before and after.

Thanks,

Josephine

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