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Hadit.com Blog Talk Radio Show Wednesday Aug 5 7Pm Eastern. Asknod Show


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Hadit and Blog Talk Radio bring you the ASKNOD special. Asknow is about as good as it gets when explaining VA issues like SMC / TDIU.

Join us at 7pm for this show. Call in at 347 237 4819

JBasser

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7 PM East Coast. Them fellers in Kentucky think the suns sets out west the same time.

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You west coasties is always lagging bout 3 hours behind.

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This will be a great show so every one tune in and Call in at 347 237 4819..

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Sorry Folks but the show will not start till 7:00 PM CST. not 7:00 PM Eastern

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Thanks Jerrel,

would you do me a favor , would you ask alex for me, If I file a PTSD Claim That I was recently diagnose by the VA Physiatrist , what effect would it have on my 90 % over all combined rating with TDIU P&T which I have had almost 14 Uninterrupted Years...if awarded the PTSD??

Jbasser, mention that if I am awarded the PTSD They would drop the IU...and use the PTSD and possibly add SMC?

but only if the PTSD is SC for 100%.

because I don't want them to take away the TDIU P&T.

I was thinking this, if they rate the new PTSD Claim at 70% then the rating would put me up to the 160%rating for the SMC qualifications, But if not what happens then?

I am just somewhat confused about it all.

Thanks Jerrel & Jbasser & Asknod

I appreciate it guys!

..............Buck

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Sorry Buck but i just now got to read y our post however Asknod did cover a lot of ground and I

hope that your question was answered..

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Thanks Jerrel,

Yeah I posted about 30 minutes before the show, I didn't figure you would see it in time and that's ok no problem.

I would call in but I just can't hear very good over the phone.

I did hear asknod say if a veteran has 5 years in or at least 10 years of TDIU P&T they can't touch it unless the veteran does something stupid like fraud or he goes back to work.

I think before I filemy claim for PTDS

I'm going to do some research and get all my documentation ready and submit all probative evidence as I possibly can, here lately I see the VA is using a lot of QTC for there C&P Exams, but that may be based on the VAMC the veteran uses?....or shortage of C&P Doc's at certain VAMC's

IT was a good show asknod gave out a lot of good information and I was surprised that with all this SMC's stuff on the board no one called in about it.....oh well maybe they just listen in like me.

Thanks Jerrel.

............Buck

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