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SemperFi212

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Had several claims submitted last month, both new and reopened. The claims "closed" a few days ago and now the Pending Disabilities states "We cannot retrieve information......" Plus my percentage has not changed. Any insight on this? Thank you and God Bless.

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you never know with ebenifits.  Like you already stated it's not reliable. Just hang tight and it will probably update itself soon.

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Appears that eBenefits has been doing this quite often lately from what I've heard. The 1-800 number may tell you that the RO has coded stuff incorrectly, but when I have checked into this it turns out that everything is fine.

You are correct that eBenefits is not the way to go for updates. Reliable updates anyway. It may change soon like silverdollar22 says though.

All I can say is that if your claims did close a few days ago then you should receive a letter from VA pretty soon.

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Ok, received my decision letter. Only two of the the five disabilities claimed were addressed, both denied btw. I'm assuming the other three are still being processed? Don't know if this is good or bad.

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The crazy one here, IMHO VARO is on a vicious onslaught of denying veterans claims. Yes, that statement means that VARO is on a very violent attack on denying veterans claims. I am not trying to be negative or a downer. Just trying to point out the fact that there are a lot of denials coming from the VARO. 

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Yes, I work with several vets that have told me the same thing. I know people including myself that have submitted all forms of evidence for disabilities and just keep getting shot down. It's like their mentality is to keep denying us and thinking we will just give up. Very frustrating!

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