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SueEdel

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How do I find out what other opinions are on a C&P examiner in Ann Arbor? Just looking for positives and negatives or quirks about her. Occupational Medicine is the specialty.

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My exam May 15th 2017 wasn't done in Ann Arbor. She was located in Farmington Mi.  Maybe I was lucky at the time. She held 3 different jobs at the time. She was a mental health professional in court-related matters in court-involved roles with children in Detroit. One other job of which I forget at this time. And then on Fridays VA C&P examiner. I had a lot of personal history to discuss. Homeless for awhile. To this day I don't know for sure if my combat experience caused it all. But it may have all been related. She listened while she took notes and eventually used the computer to enter and look at my VA file. She was very sympathetic to what I had told her and actually helped me with questions she needed answered to push compensation through for me with VA.

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I dont think there are usually "public opinions" on a c and p examiner.  We can not pick the examiner...VA does that.  

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To know more about the examiner, you can get on the internet & the  name of the VAMC the examiner is employed by and type the examiner full name in and it will give you a Resume about the examiner, you can do the same for a VAMC PCP.

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