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pwrslm

EBenefits end of month?

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Had a PTSD/MST claim in for another vet since May. 2 weeks ago, did C&P exam, and up to yesterday EB has been Gathering Evidence.

Yesterday they went to Pending Decision. This AM they were Pending Decision Approval, and this PM they are Prep for notification.

Anyone seen VBA move that fast before or is this a rush to meet end of month deadlines?

 

Also, FYI, VBA-21-0845 form allows the VA to disclose info about the claim to me. This way I can when she is set up w/EB acct, I can call peggy about her claim when she has ?'s that need answers I dont have.

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Don't know what you mean by "another Vet" ,however , I had that same thing happen on a claim last year, and it was closed out right before the end of the month [after 4 months]. Good luck! I do think there is a motivation to close some claims out fast so they can put it on the books as a claim processed. Just my opinion, and don't infer they just do it with approved claims. Yours seems lighting fast though. One way to think about it: it is always better to get a quick decision ,either way, so you are not stewing in the anxiety of waiting. In the past most of us had to wait for years to get any answer, at least the VA seems to be working quicker these days, but not necessarily better.

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( Another Vet=A lady I met at an AA meeting who asked for help and I gave it to her. )

God will put people in your path and sometimes you can help them. Giving back is a way to say thank you for the help I got to put in my claim!

 

I am expecting a denial. They gave us QTC for the C&P exam, dont think we got a fair shake there, but the speed tells me its not gonna be approved because there is a black and white issue that they cant argue about. I just gotta wait till it comes in to be sure, then get the C File to find out why.

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Ba=Bing.

Back to Gathering Evidence today.

 

Isnt E Benefits wunderful!

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Did I get this one wrong. They called at 4:45 asking for her bank info for deposit. 

 

Rep from VBA/St Pete called her, she got rated 100% PTSD/MST w/IU. 

 

Talk about one happy lady!

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