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Cam Rahn Gunner


Cam Rahn Gunner

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Approx. 10 months ago I reported to an examiner (psychologist) appointed by that outfit that is a subcontractor for the VA.  My claim for PTSD has not been decided yet (they say it will be in July of this year).  The day after the exam I complained to that outfit that the examiner and his office was dark, intimidating, in a tiny office in a vacant building at the end of dark hallway. The examiner wouldn't let me talk about my "stressors" or give him any history of the cause of my PTSD or any related information to it.  They (the subcontractor) said this issue "would be taken under advisement".  Is there any way I can find out what his recommendations were that he submitted prior to a decision being made on my claim?  Can I ask for a new examiner?  Thank You.

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Yea..get a copy of the exam.  It may be at your VAMC release of information office, but dont count on it.  Sometimes, you cant get a copy of the exam until AFTER a BVA denial.  Welcome to VA benefits where there motto is serving Veterans...they "serve" us with delays, denials, lowballs, and hornswaggled effective dates.  

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