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100% SC P&T Can they reduce payment amount after re-examination ?


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What are they examining? If you are P/T you shouldn't have re-examinations. 

I think the answer is simple on this one. Mr. James G was just awarded 100% SC for his heart (The award letter (received Sept. 5th 2019) say's they will schedule says they will re-exam me between Apri

James G. Something is amiss. Are you sure you are rated 100% P&T? Or is it TDIU? Can you redact your personal info, name, ssn, case #, etc. and post your last award letter. If you are TDIU, i

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22 hours ago, GBArmy said:

James G.

Something is amiss. Are you sure you are rated 100% P&T? Or is it TDIU? Can you redact your personal info, name, ssn, case #, etc. and post your last award letter. If you are TDIU, it probably says a time period on it on when your next anticipated exam may be.

I'm not TDIU . I am 100% SC P&T .

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8 hours ago, jbasser said:

I agree with Broncovet. The VA can reduce any veteran except for the ratings protected by the 20 year rule. It really boils down to the type of disability in question.  If you are service connected for heart or lung disease for example the VA will have more difficulty because those are progressive issues. The VA must play by its own rules. 

For sure I am 100% SC P&T ! Ischemic heart disease was the last one for 100% (100% just for the heart diease) . I previously already had 50% for hearing (40%) and tinnitus (10%) . 

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James G The answer is of course the VA can and does reduce ratings. They make the rules and they can break the rules. However, it isn't usual for them to make a 100% P&T and in the same award letter give you a re-schedule exam date. The first big milestone is 5 years; after going 5 years they have to have strong  evidence that your disability has improved. When did you get the granted condition? Obviously, heart conditions are not in that category; the get progressively worse. If your rating was correct when it was awarded, you should not have a worry.

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