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So about 2 years ago I was awarded 100% P&T for PTSD; however, the VA did the backpay to my last C&P exam. My lawyer feels the back pay should go back many years more than it did. When it shows as, 'Case with Veteran Law Judge,' how much longer do I have until I know if he grants be a better back date?

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Docket Number Date? Were you granted a BVA Hearing Hardship Advancement? There is ALWAYS the possibility for an RO Remand.

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3 hours ago, Gastone said:

Docket Number Date? Were you granted a BVA Hearing Hardship Advancement? There is ALWAYS the possibility for an RO Remand.

IDK the date. No hardship. 

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Yes, there is the possibility of a remand.  Your case may bounce back from being with a law judge and back if he needs more information.  Hopefully your case will be decided soon.  Good luck.  I am just filed an NOD for the same thing.

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Then there is also this, you have BVA Judges, then you have the BVA SR Judge that actually reviews the Jr BVA Judge, sort of a Judge Clerk  Lawyer that makes sure and all the Legal I an T's are taken care of. These BVA Hearing (Judge Rep) may or may not ask extensive questioning, or just a couple questions. Final SR BVA Judges Decision can take 10++ mos .

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21 hours ago, Gastone said:

Then there is also this, you have BVA Judges, then you have the BVA SR Judge that actually reviews the Jr BVA Judge, sort of a Judge Clerk  Lawyer that makes sure and all the Legal I an T's are taken care of. These BVA Hearing (Judge Rep) may or may not ask extensive questioning, or just a couple questions. Final SR BVA Judges Decision can take 10++ mos .

10 Months just for a better back date... Wow... My lawyer must be smoking crack to think i'll the back pay this year then.

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