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floridanurse

ITS OVER! 100% PERMANENT AND TOTAL

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CLAIM FITNISHED TODAY...100% PERMANENT AND TOTAL PTSD/MST ! I WAS EARLIER RATED FOR 30% FOR EACH ANKLE AND TINNITUS.  SO....130% TOTAL

I WILL POST A TIMELINE LATER! I AM BLESSED!

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Hi,

Congratulations!

I am planning on filing a claim for the MST I experience while on active duty.  I have police report documenting my MST so I don't think documenting the "stressor" will be the issue, but any advice on what they ask. look for or evidence they need you to prove how the MST has affected your life to get SC rating?

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Great News 

W.T.G.

Enjoy and get on with your life, CONGRATSULATION

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Congratulations!!!

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Congrats let the rest fall in place

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Congrats!! Praise God from whom all blessings flow! He works all things together for our good!

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