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I just never knew it could be this bad....


March 2015, i filled out intent to submit quick claim

August 2015 I submitted claim with 9 contentions,  supplying dbqs and imes with each

March 2016 my claim was closed with all 9 contentions not awarded

I was then told that I had been scheduled for 5 c@p exams, which I never attended.


Ofcourse I was never notified of these exams prior to my claim closing!

I went through all the hoops and told them how I hadnt been notified of my c@p exams ect.


I then got my Dr to right new IMEs directly combatting what the Va wrote in the denial of my 9 contentions.


Low and behold, 2 months later the VA reopens the claim that closed in march with an estimated completion date of October 2016.


On May 28 just a few days after they reopened this claim, I submitted my Drs new imes via electronically on ebenifits


To my surprise ebenifits said this new claim was pending a decision!!!???


I submitted a query to Iris on May 28 to ensure that my evidence is considered before the claim closes


On June 1st I hand delivered the same new imes from my doctor to the Va and also wrote a statement saying I wanted this evidence reviewed as part of my claim prior to my claim closing.

Both were time stamped showing June 1st


Low and behold...I go on ebenifits today and my claim is closeno c@ps or anything...


So tired of this crap...

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You my be tired but don't give up. It took me five years to get VA to see my way. Never surrender...never give-up!!

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Got the bbe in the mail


All 9 contentions denied.


No options left but to appeal.  That will take years.

Damn Im mad...all this because I missed c@p exams I was never notified about

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Most of us had to appeal to get benefits, many of us multiple times.  

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I feel your pain, I spent 2 years getting one of the most grievous of my contentions SCd from my EAS.  I went to VA so much that my job was in jeopardy.  It took the dr retiring before I got any relief on that one.

Even now, 17 years past that point, I have to deal with a claim where the examiner ignored the basis for the exam, which was then denied(of course!).

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