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Latest update for BVA hearing for 1151

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Latest update for BVA hearing for 1151. BVA hearing was March 2016. Was 6 months hospitalization and failed surgeries. Necrotizing pancreatitis and too many other problems to list here.

 5 more appeals that were also suppose to be BVA hearings, but were never scheduled. My VSO asked the judge for those to be included as part of the 1151. On Ebenefits website, it says the VA worked on the BVA hearing decision yesterday, 06-21-16, the last date I saw progress was May 2016. There is no more info on what they were working on. I Only says there is, was/will be a BVA hearing. It's confusing because it doe not actually state whether the one BVA hearing was combined as requested during the hearing. I formally requested the original BVA hearing in 2009. But they only gave me one for the 1151 I filed. In any case, it did say action the case was worked on yesterday. But nothing specific. it only points to a generic page about BVA hearings.

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Many of the listed issues are relevant to my 1151 claim

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Latest update,

My 1151 case, BVA hearing was in march 2016,  is at the BVA,VLJ (Veterans Law Judge). According eBenefits.

The VA also just payed a few years of back pay that was never payed, for my daughter child care, while she was a college student, and living under my roof as a dependent. They still will not pay for here college and University tuition (backpay), Until I get the 100% rating if/when  appeals are decided. She is going is going her Masters degree, but had to take out loans...

The BVA Judge.. is currently making decisions.

 

 

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My 1151 From the BVA hearing: eBenefits says 'A decision Has been Made, Notification has been sent'. I do not see any other new info on the website.

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Note: I have 2 more BVA appeals, that I have not had a hearing yet, going back to 2009. We asked the BVA to combine those, but do not know what they decided.

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During the BVA hearing the judge asked if I had been hospitalized stomach issues on active, to which I had been hospitalized for gastritis. They have all my hospitalizations in my SMR's. Plus  of the times I was treated for chemical exposure, but since the hearing was for 1151 issues, I could not expand my answers for everything involved and related.

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