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So the new thing when I check into the VA is do I have insurance anywhere else and now being an ssdi recipient for two years I’m now receiving Medicare. Anyone know when I go to my appointment and tell them this what exactly will change I’m not being billed for anything ever being 100 P and T?

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On 8/3/2019 at 10:48 AM, seminoles said:

I had to file paperwork to decline it

What I don’t understand is that the attorney called me and ssa did and I said no. But I’m better safe then sorry it is nice to have a piece of mind at 33 I have a. Long life to make it for my family before they can get DIC benefits which I believe I i have a good amount of years left to be guaranteed for them. We have been married for 8 years two kids 4 and 4 and I’ve been permanent and total since Nov. 2016? Is it 20 years at P and T or 10? I can remember

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1 hour ago, jfrei said:

thought mail delays was a VA thing not a SSA

It's a government thing, my agency is just as slow.

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