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REVISION 2 MDD / Anxiety CUE

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In 2011 I was denied SC for MDD. In 2019 I was approved SC for MDD. I've done a "request for decision review" for the 2019 to ask the % be raised from 50% to 70% and I've done a CUE on the 2011 denial. I'm attaching those 2 documents along with a page of evidence (my notes) regarding the 2011 C&P. Please tell me what you think, if I need to add, delete edit anything. All comments will be greatly appreciated.

Uploaded 2ND REVISION MDD/Anxiety CUE. Appreciate any and all suggestions, comments etc. Thank you

10/1/2019 *this revision still needs some work. Will post new thread when CUE revision is ready.

 

REVISION 2 ANXIETY CUE.pdf

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addendum 10/1/2019 *this revision still needs some work. Will post new thread when CUE revision is ready.

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13 hours ago, Justaskpat said:

I just uploaded a new, hopefully improved revision for MDD/Anxiety.

i will jump in and suggest that you look at the other suggestions on your other cue's and apply them to the format of this one also.

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On 9/26/2019 at 10:35 AM, GeekySquid said:

look at the other suggestions on your other cue's and apply them

Chief,

I've been working on all 3 CUE's. This one finished first. When you get a minute, could you take a look to see if I'm on the right track please?  Appreciate it!   WO

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15 hours ago, Justaskpat said:

Senior,

I've been working on all 3 CUE's. This one finished first. When you get a minute, could you take a look to see if I'm on the right track please?  Appreciate it!   WO

I like the changes...for the most part.

do me a favor.

leave this copy up and add a new document that shows how you think the Information is this document ties together.

In this doc I am asking for, please say

Pg 1 entry Exhibit 1 is rebutted by P 1 Entry XXX.

Example:

Exhibit - 4, C&P Exam, June 29, 2010. Dr. Harvey L. Nissam, p 2. para 2 & 4 state in part:

bullet

bullet

bullet

Then where is your rebuttal evidence? the stuff you say he got wrong and citation to your supporting evidence?

 

The overall format is

Their Statement blah blah blah

your rebuttal evidence blah blah blah.

Remember you are trying to draw a map with a straight line between their statement and your evidence showing they failed to apply the law properly.

you are putting a lot in this single cue and that makes it very complicated.

Further you only need to put in the statement about requirements not met, one time after all the evidence you list and rebut.

 

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9 hours ago, GeekySquid said:

Then where is your rebuttal evidence?

I see your point. I'll go over it again tomorrow and strive for better clarity.

For the most part, the C&P report rebuts everything the decision said. For instance, the decision said not chronic, the C&P and the STRs show that it was chronic. The decision said not SC, but in the C&P Dr Nissman said "career = secondary cause" also the psych eval from 2007 put "Routine stressors of military service" on Axis IV, which also means SC.  

I'll leave the current document up, as requested, and create a new one rebutting each item individually.

Thanks for the input!

 

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10 hours ago, GeekySquid said:

map with a straight line between their statement and your evidence

Just tried to work on this. My eyes are going around in circles, I think my brain must be fried. 🤪 Tomorrow morning I'll get back on it.

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