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Boots on the ground with bladder cancer.If the new presumptive of this cancer is added how does the Nehmer Rule effect  come into play?

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That has not been determined yet- but I am sure NVLSP will want these claims to fall under Nehmer, Footnote One-which is the most important part of the last Nehmer Court Order (2010).

I am a Footnote One Nehmer claimant.

It has been discussed here many times and Rick Spataro, head Nehmer lawyer at NVLSP explained it well- 

I will find it and bump it up----

However, Footnote One only applies to past NSC ratings of what then becomes an AO presumptive.

Ratings- that were coded in a past decision or "should have been coded"-

I was a "should have been coded" claimant 

because VA should have coded my husband's Section1151/FTCA ischemic heart disease in a past rating decision but they didnt.( because it was malpractice, the prime cause of his death)

My dead husband got a very favorable EED for AO IHD under Nehmer 2010.

As soon as I know anything on the answer to your question- from NVLSP- I will post it here.

 

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