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I was wondering what form(s) I would have to file in order to have my I.U. rated to see if I was P & T?

I have a new doctor, since I moved, and I don't know how willing or unwilling he is to write his opinions.

My I.U. was granted 7 months ago and I have an exam in about 2 years. I figure I could wait until then.

I have continued to be on the medication that granted me 60%, in fact, since my exam in January, I have been on it more than I ever have.

Just curious. All opinions welcomed.

thank you.

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I was wondering what form(s) I would have to file in order to have my I.U. rated to see if I was P & T?

I have a new doctor, since I moved,  and I don't know how willing or unwilling he is to write his opinions.

My I.U. was granted 7 months ago and I have an exam in about 2 years.  I figure I could wait until then.

I have continued to be on the medication that granted me 60%, in fact, since my exam in January, I have been on it more than I ever have.

Just curious.  All opinions welcomed.

thank you.

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Zippity- you can ask at any time for P & T consideration- there is no form- just write them a letter requesting that they consider you for it-

BUT it would help greatly if you can get a strong statement from your doctor to support the fact that your disability is P & T.

Berta

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Zippity- you can ask at any time for P & T consideration- there is no form- just write them a letter requesting that they consider you for it-

BUT it would help greatly if you can get a strong statement from your doctor to support the fact that your disability is P & T.

Berta

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If you are married and your wife does not have insurance or you have college age children I would ask for it. If the aforementioned description does not fit you then I would let the sleeping dog lie.

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hello all , i'm new to the board and thank heaven there's such a site.

i'm currently at 50% and applied for IU. i submitted documentation that shows living below the poverty level since 1996. i've not worked even half time since 1999.

i submitted statements from previous employers that say i'm not employable.

my question is:

if i submit an appeal within one year and can get my outside physician to submit medical documentation that i am unemployable and even write that i'm unemployable will this help my claim tremendously. or is this a waste of time?

i was denied an increase to when i was 20% for so long and finaly after getting a second opinion did VA let up.

Someone please help!

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