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AO Nehmer 2010 retro questions


If you do not understand your retro amount for any award of the 2010 AO disabilities ,.... Ischemic Heart Disease, Parkinson, and/or Hairy Cell B leukemia, just search here for' Nehmer 2010 'and 'Footnote One. and everything you need to know will be there. I just checked all that myself here. Lots of info.

After you have carefully  read all of the information (Footnote is only unique to the above three AO disabilities) and you still feel your retro is wrong ,contact

National Veterans Legal Services Program

Washington DC



This is the Pro Bono law firm who won the Nehmer Court Order. Rick Spataro is their head Nehmer Attorney. I put some of his email to me in the AO forum, and they explicitly explain the retro that was due many many Vietnam veterans and their survivors , because of Footnote One Nehmer, regarding the 3  above AO disabilities.








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Thanks Ms berta good info here, I am glad you put this up

I think that if I ever come down with A.O. Disease I'll put in a claim ASAP and if denied benefits or EED, I will sure contact the N.V.L.S Program.

To at least get it S.C.  b/c I am ok with my current ratings & SMC-S1 and can't get any more comp  unless I lose my limbs or my way of life to function.

But the A.O. could end up causing my death and the DIC would help my spouse.

Any veteran that has Disease that can be S.C. Rather or not you get a rating % and be paid...its worth it to get it S.C. ...if it happens to be the cause of your death  your spouse can file DIC.



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